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New Swedish dealer for Chicago Pneumatic

Company further strengthens its European dealer network with the appointment of GT Trading

CHICAGO Pneumatic have appointed GT Trading as their new authorized dealer in Sweden. With more than 25 years’ experience in the construction equipment industry, the company will help expand Chicago Pneumatic’s presence in the Swedish market by distributing light compaction equipment, rig-mounted breakers, portable compressors, generators and hand-held hydraulic equipment.

Partnering with Chicago Pneumatic was an important decision for GT Trading, and one which they believe will have benefits for both the business and its customers. ‘For us it’s about reaching out to customers other than the ones we target with our existing products and Chicago Pneumatic is a reputable brand with high-quality products,’ said Josef Said, sales engineer at GT Trading.

Located in Bro, near Stockholm, the distributor also supplies used loaders, excavators and dumptrucks for purchase or hire, as well as maintenance, repair and spare parts. The addition of construction equipment from Chicago Pneumatic will complement GT Trading’s existing product portfolio.

‘With GT Trading’s current products and competence, Chicago Pneumatic is a very good fit and it is a partnership that will help us reach more customers,’ said Ralf Majchrzak, business development manager for Chicago Pneumatic in the Nordic and Baltic region. ‘Their ambitions are in line with ours and we look forward to working together to grow both businesses.’

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