New Ontario branch expands Frontline Machinery’s service footprint
In order to meet increased market demands, Frontline Machinery has opened a new branch in Woodstock, Ontario. With a regional customer focus, this branch offers new and used equipment options for sale and rent, in addition to an extensive inventory of spare and wear parts.
Similar to Frontline Machinery's flagship location in Chilliwack, B.C., Frontline Ontario will be carrying and servicing the same lines of crushing, screening, shredding and material handling equipment including Keestrack, CBI, Neuenhauser, Optical Belt Scale and more. The new branch also offers a full-service mechanical shop and on-site field support.
"We are thrilled to officially open our facility in Woodstock, Ontario" commented Frontline Machinery President, Daryl Todd. "The timing was key as we continue to build our presence in that market. The opening of this facility ensures new and existing customers in the Ontario region will receive the highest level of quality service that we have built our reputation on."
Located at #3 - 1099 Commerce Way, Woodstock, ON the new branch can be reached at 1-226-242-0928.
43779 Progress Way
Chilliwack BC, BC
CA, V2R 0E6
22 Whittier Street
7600 Morgan Rd
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