Redhead Equipment acquires Norsask Farm Equipment Ltd, an agricultural and powersports equipment dealer in North Battleford.
While celebrating their 70th year in business Redhead Equipment continues to thrive and expand their presence in Saskatchewan. On November 1, 2018 Redhead Equipment acquired Norsask Farm Equipment, an agricultural equipment and powersports dealer located in North Battleford. The new branch is Redhead Equipment’s eighth location in Saskatchewan and is warmly welcomed by the seven other branches located in Estevan, Lloydminster, Melfort, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon and Swift Current. Joining the Redhead Equipment team are 42 staff of Norsask.
Gary Redhead President & CEO of Redhead Equipment is pleased to welcome North Battleford to their team: “We are quite excited to expand our reach into the North Battleford area. We will we be able to serve our customers better, and the staff at Norsask have a reputation for their great service. Their expertise will be an asset to our company.”
Located along Highway 16 East, the new branch is in a convenient spot that will now give Redhead Equipment the opportunity to better serve their customers. The new branch carries Case IH along with Bourgault, Versatile, Seed Hawk/Vaderstad, Degelman, Kioti, and many other agricultural lines.
Another new, exciting addition is the powersport division, exclusive to North Battleford, offering Can-Am, Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo, Avalon Pontoon Boats, Alumacraft, Sanger Boats, Shoremaster, as well as KLIM, and FXR clothing. Along with their large selection of agricultural equipment and powersports, Redhead Equipment will also integrate their construction and heavy duty truck and trailer equipment. This will expand the product offering in North Battleford and make the branch a one-stop shop for customers for both work and play.
Redhead Equipment knows Norsask was more than the premiere ag and powersports dealer in the Battlefords – they were well known for their strong community involvement. Redhead is excited to be part of the Battlefords’ community and will continue to be a strong pillar in the community.
Stay tuned for further updates on Redhead Equipment’s expansion into the North Battleford area.
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