Canadian Biomass Magazine

Bandit adds new Canadian dealer

March 12, 2013
By Bandit Industries

March 12, 2013, Remus, MI—Bandit Industries continues to experience rapid growth, adding three new dealer locations to the North American market in the first quarter of 2013, including one in Canada.

In the past 24 months, the company has nearly doubled sales volume while adding 180 employees and 24 new dealers in the United States and Canada.

“Having qualified dealers committed to our products—and to providing our customers with the best possible parts and service support—was a key to our record sales year in 2012,” said Bandit Industries President Jerry Morey. “Our dealers are continuing to contribute greatly to our growth as we move through the first quarter of 2013. We have invested considerable resources over the past two years to both improve and expand our dealer network, and our customers have really noticed. Bandit has never been so well represented, not just in the United States and Canada, but around the world. I can’t think of a better way to start our 30th year in business.”

Bandit’s newest dealers will serve customers in Northern Florida, Southern Florida, and Central Canada. All will carry Bandit’s line of hand-fed wood chippers and stump grinders in addition to complete parts and service support. The locations will also carry Zenith chipper knives and Revolution stump grinder cutting systems available for most major chipper/stump grinder makes and models.

Hepburn Enterprises ( ) is located in Winnipeg, serving customers throughout Manitoba and Central Canada.

Bobcat of Palm Beach/Broward operates two locations in Southern Florida—West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach.

Bobcat of Jacksonville serves customers in Northern Florida from their location in Jacksonville.

The latest additions take Bandit to over 100 dealer locations in North America, and over 160 locations worldwide. With the continuing success of Bandit wood processing equipment around the world, new dealer prospects are continually being evaluated for further expansion.

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