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04 February 2014

Case Construction Equipment appoints Fintractor as new importer in Finland

First published04/02/2014
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Anker Lemvig and Timo Hannukainen
Shaking hands after signing the contract are Anker Lemvig (left) after sales manager Case Construction Equipment in Nordics and Timo Hannukainen, after market manager Fintractor
Case Construction Equipment has appointed Fintractor as the importer and sales, service and parts provider for its full range of products in Finland.

“We are very pleased with this new and exciting appointment. Final arrangements for a new dealer network structure have been agreed, and will bring great benefits to our customers in Finland both in terms of sales and service of our Case Construction Equipment range. In fact, they will begin to experience the excellent support of Fintractor immediately, as it has have taken over the service of all Case machines that are already operating in Finland,” says Barbara Caporali, business director for Case Construction Equipment in Nordics and Benelux.

Founded in 1993 by the two brothers Jarmo and Tauno Heinola, together with the late Kari Päivikkö, Fintractor has marketed and supported different brands of construction equipment, developing its in-depth knowledge of the industry and understanding of the equipment and business needs of construction companies in Finland.

“I really look forward to the challenge we are facing in the future as Fintractor Oy will concentrate mainly on the full product offering of Case Construction Equipment,” says Mikko Heinola. As the son of Tauno, he is the second generation in the company, and is the CEO of Fintractor.

“Case ranks among the very best in all sizes of construction machines worldwide, and we look forward to selling and servicing them for existing and new customers. The brand has a long history and an impressive sales record worldwide”

Fintractor is headquartered in Vantaa, where it also operates a professional knowledge centre including showroom, sales, service, training and spare parts. In addition, Fintractor will support customers through its branches in Tampere and Oulu, and its sales offices in Lieto, Vuorela and Tuuri.

“Our sister company Heinolan Auto ja Traktori in Honkajoki will also cover sales and service for the total Case product programme, and furthermore we are developing our 17 contract service partners located throughout Finland into specialists for Case Construction Equipment, to ensure excellent aftersales coverage in the entire country,” explained Mikko Heinola.

Kaj Pihlaja, head of sales for Fintractor, says: “I am proud to be able to present the full product range of Case machines to everybody in the construction business.”

The Case Construction Equipment product line ranges from light equipment to the heaviest, including wheeled loaders, excavators, and dozers.

Fintractor’s first Open House will take place at its premises in Vantaa in March.

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