REGINA, Sask. — CLAAS of America moves forward yet again in expanding its dealer network throughout Saskatchewan with the announcement of a third Canada West Harvest Centre location. Reinforcing its commitment to support local growers, by harvest of 2016 the international ag equipment manufacturer will have opened three dealer stores in southern Saskatchewan.
The newest location, in Swift Current, is set to open in time for the 2016 harvest. It joins two other Canada West Harvest Centre locations in Regina and Saskatoon.
“It’s been a year of exciting announcements,” stated Doug Tibben, general manager of Canada West Harvest Centre. “Each new location and upgrade has been made with our customers in mind. Providing comprehensive service to local growers has always been our foremost priority.”
Over the past two years, there has been an increasing need for CLAAS sales and service among growers in Saskatchewan and Western Canada. The company has made the expansion of the reach of Canada West Harvest Centre locations a priority.
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“Independent business partners are the primary outlet for CLAAS sales and service in North America,” said Leif Magnusson, President, CLAAS Global Sales - Americas. “But we felt that a CLAAS-owned network of dealerships was the most immediate way to meet the needs of our growers. We’re proud of our effort, and we hope customers will be better served now with all three locations in operation.”
The new location will open at 2747 North Service Road West, Swift Current, SK. For more information, call 306-778-2300 or email email@example.com. The location is now hiring sales, service and parts personnel. Visit cawhc.com for employment opportunities.
Canada West Harvest Centre is also announcing that the Saskatoon location will move into its new permanent home at 32 Capital Circle, Corman Park, SK, in November 2016.