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Brandt Expands Offering, Introduces All-new Ag Blade.

Regina, Saskatchewan – Brandt Agricultural Products is pleased to announce their purpose-built dozer blade attachment, designed to increase the productivity of farmers’ four-wheel-drive tractors. Brandt has leveraged a strong history in the heavy-duty attachments business for the design of this product through their decades-long involvement in the construction and forestry industries.
The company’s all-new Brandt Ag Blade allows farmers to move snow and silage and to perform grading work with their four-wheel drive tractors. The new unit is available in a variety of blade widths, heights and lugging configurations, designed to make it easy for farmers to find the right blade for their operation.
The goal of this product-line addition is to enable farmers to get more work done with their equipment while giving their ag dealer network the opportunity to deliver more value for their customers without further complicating their supply chain.
“We’re working hard to help both farmers and ag dealers succeed,” says Brandt Industries Vice President, Sales — Dealer Channel, Sheldon Gerspacher. “Brandt has a long track record of excellence in the construction attachments business and now we’re bringing that expertise to the farmyard as well. With this launch, dealers and their customers are gaining access to tougher, harder-working attachments than ever before.”
With extensive financing options, warranty programs, and 24/7/365 after-sales support, the company has focused on making this attachment an ideal addition for both dealers and end-users.
Brandt currently supplies 600+ dealer locations across North America, Australia, and Europe and will be manufacturing the new product at facilities in both Canada and the U.S., with numerous regional stocking points to ensure supply.
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