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London Machinery becomes new IMT distributor

Dominator DSC20 mechanic truck.
Dominator DSC20 mechanic truck.

London Machinery Inc. (LMI) and Iowa Mold Tooling Co. Inc. (IMT), both Oshkosh Corporation companies, are proud to announce that London will serve as the new distributor of IMT products in the province of Quebec.

The new partnership was unveiled at the Canadian Waste and Recycling Expo held in Montreal on Nov. 4-5. The Dominator DSC20 mechanic truck was prominently displayed in the London Machinery booth, and representatives from London and IMT were on hand to promote the launch of this new era of excellence in service and support.

“We are very proud of our new partnership with IMT in Quebec. We dedicate ourselves to exceeding customers’ expectations, and that requires that we offer the best quality products and services in the industry. IMT has a long-standing reputation for quality products, and they match our commitment to superior customer service. So, it is a perfect fit,” said Bob Monchamp, vice president and general manager of London Machinery Inc.

Included in the distributor deal are truck models in the popular Dominator mechanics truck series, which are used in a variety of applications by municipalities, construction machinery dealers and waste collection fleets. The crane body mechanics trucks in the Dominator series offer the versatility, reliability and increased productivity needed to get the job done.

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15790 Robin’s Hill Road
London, ON
CA, N5V 0A4


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