Three central Nebraska Case IH agricultural equipment dealerships — Toner’s in Grand Island, Red Line Equipment in Broken Bow and Ord Equipment — have joined the Titan Machinery network.
The Toner family owned all three dealerships, with partners Dave Zauha in Broken Bow and Larry Mason in Broken Bow and Ord.
The three dealerships will retain their current names, the company said in the announcement.
Titan Machinery, with headquarters in West Fargo, N.D., also owns Case IH dealerships in Hastings, Kearney, Lexington and North Platte, as well as nearly 100 other dealerships in other parts of the central states, plus 12 European dealerships in Romania and Bulgaria.
The dealerships represent Case IH, New Holland, Case Construction, New Holland Consruction, Kobelco and CNH Capital.
Titan CEO David Meyer said the company is excited to have a Case IH store in the same town as the combine manufacturing plant in Grand Island and look forward to integrating the new locations into the company’s network.
Customers in all areas can expect a well-stocked parts department, the best service from trained technicians and a wide selection of equipment, company officials said.