Arden Equipment sets out to conquer North America

Published 7/3, 2019 at 17:00

Arden equipment, based in the north east of France in the Arden region, recently opened a US subsidiary. The company, which supplies a wide range of attachments, has developed and launched a number of recent innovations for security and environment - such as Arden Jet technology - into the American market.

The French manufacturer Arden Equipment specialises in hydraulic attachments for excavators, supplying its offering to various sectors, including the demolition, recycling, quarry, rehandling, earthmoving and associated industries. As such, it has just announced the opening of a US subsidiary located in Chicago, Illinois. This move signifies that Arden Equipment is ready to take on a significant challenge to become one of the major players in the American market by delivering high quality and innovative attachments, whilst strengthening its aftersales service to meet market expectations.

Véronique Le Provost, the business development manager responsible for North America at Arden Equipment, has already begun looking for suitable dealers in the market. “We are aware it is a true challenge for us because we know how important it is for Arden Equipment to position itself in such a market with so many opportunities, and we have to measure up to the market and its requirements.”  To this end Véronique has been criss-crossing the Unites States and Canada in order to develop strong partnerships with dealers, resulting in Arden Equipment now being ready to take on the challenge it faces with its new subsidiary in the Unites States.

Véronique Le Provost and Daniel Dupuy, the president of Arden equipment Inc., will both be present on the Arden Equipment stand at the National Demolition Show in Denver, Colorado from 22 -25 March. They will then both travel to Canada to visit Americana in Montréal on the 26 and 27 March, as well as the National Heavy Equipment Show which will be held in Toronto on the 28 and 29 March to connect with new dealers.

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