Scania USA industrial distributors assigned additional territory for West Coast Region

By Chad Elmore06 January 2021

Existing Scania USA industrial distributors will expand their respective industrial territories.

Effective February 1, existing Scania industrial distributors, Collicutt Energy Services, Hamilton Engine, and Loftin Equipment will expand their respective industrial territories to include areas in the West Coast region of the United States and Canada.

Collicutt Energy Services, Hamilton Engine and Loftin Equipment currently represent Scania Tier 4 final industrial engines ranging from 275 hp to 770 hp. These engines can be found in various applications in the United States and Canada, including stationary, construction, agriculture, ground support, and more specifically for pump power solutions used in the oil and gas segments.

The DC16 V8 diesel engine from Scania USA.

Collicutt Energy Services of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, which currently leads all sales, service, and dealer development for Scania industrial engines in the prairie provinces and northern territories, will assume responsibility for Alaska, British Columbia and Yukon.

Hamilton Engine of Sun Prairie, Wis., presently the distributor for Scania industrial engines’ Midwestern operations, will expand its responsibilities to include Idaho and Montana.

Loftin Equipment in Phoenix, Ariz., which is currently responsible for sales and service network development for Scania industrial engines in the Southwest and parts of the Southeast of the United States, will increase its territory to include California, Oregon, Hawaii and Washington state.

Scania USA said its commitment to service and support is reflected in the choice of Collicutt Energy Services, Hamilton Engine and Loftin Equipment. It said the industrial distributors were assigned additional territory based on their thorough knowledge and understanding of customers’ needs, engineering and fabrication capabilities and their location of operations.

The engine manufacturer said its distributor and dealer network is constantly evolving to ensure top quality service for OEMs and end users. Its network is comprised of seven industrial distributors, over 260 dealers and more than 700 highly skilled technicians who are trained on the latest industrial Tier 4 technology for off-highway applications.

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