International construction equipment manufacturer Chicago Pneumatic has appointed Vincent Tractors as an authorised distributor of construction tools and portable energy equipment in Cornwall.
Commenting on the appointment, Colin Frost, Business Development Manager for Chicago Pneumatic in the UK said: “Vincent Tractors have built their business over the years on close relationships with their customers, providing robust, practical and good value solutions for the task in hand. I think this is a natural and logical fit with Chicago Pneumatic’s brand values.”
Vincent Tractors, based in Fraddon, Mid Cornwall has been providing high quality machinery to Cornish farmers, plant operators and landowners for over fifty years. The company was founded in 1966 and has established a strong customer base in the territory serving the agricultural, horticultural, groundcare and construction markets.
“Driven by customer demand and the potential to capitalise on recent growth in the Cornish construction market, we felt it was the right time to expand the business and offer our existing customers a broader range of services and products,” said Paul Vincent, Managing Director of Vincent Tractors, “For this reason, we decided to enter into partnership with Chicago Pneumatic, as their products have a reputation for high quality, durability and reliability. Now the people of Cornwall have a local one stop shop for their construction equipment requirements.”
As part of its new distribution agreement, Vincent Tractors has access to Chicago Pneumatic’s complete portfolio of rugged and durable construction equipment solutions, including handheld pneumatic and hydraulic tools, light compaction and concrete equipment, rig-mounted breakers, portable compressors and generators.
With additional access to genuine Chicago Pneumatic parts and technical product training, the company’s highly skilled, knowledgeable and well equipped team is able to fully support new and existing customers with a comprehensive after-market parts service. This is backed up by a mobile service operation and on-site workshop for maintenance and repairs.