Thursday, 27 June 2013 12:11

Farm equipment dealerships from Sask., Alta., form a partnership

Written by  Southern Alberta Newspapers
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Robertson Implements and Medicine Hat New Holland Ltd, have formed a partnership and purchased the assets of Milliken Farm Supplies of Taber.


The new Partnership, in Alberta, will have three dealerships (Medicine Hat, Brooks and Taber) that will operate under the name Robertson Implements Alberta.
The officers of the partnership are Doug Robertson CEO, Gail Halderman, president and general manager, and Jim Robertson secretary-treasurer.
"This partnership and acquisition represents an excellent strategic fit and will strengthen our presence in Southeastern Alberta with the addition of great employees, excellent stores and an exceptional customer base,” said Halderman.
"The new partnership will put us into a strong position to compete even more effectively within the changing and increasingly competitive equipment landscape,” added Robertson. “We are committed to continue our focus on our customers, and parts and service that will create excellent growth prospects for all involved."
Robertson Implements is part of the Robertson Family Group which has several divisions in Saskatchewan that includes the following:
Robertson Implements with dealerships in Swift Current, Moose Jaw, and Shaunavon. Robertson Motorsports of Swift Current which is a Yamaha and Arctic Cat Motor Sport dealership including motorcycles, snow mobiles and ATVs; Robertson Rentals of Swift Current - a full line tool and construction equipment rental store plus it is also has event rentals; and Robertson Trailer Sales, with all types of cargo, flat deck, and livestock trailers
The combined family of partnerships comprise approximately 130 employees with seven locations in six cities.
The official close of this transaction June 20 and began operating under the new partnership June 21.

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