PRINOTH Appoints New Dealer in U.S.

PRINOTH announces Chadwick-Baross as its new dealer serving the Northeastern region of the U.S.

PRINOTH, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of tracked vehicles, announces new agreements with distributors in the Northeastern region of the United States, Chadwick-Baross.

Located in Maine, Chadwick-Baross will offer PRINOTH's full PANTHER product line for rental and sale at all of its locations. Already a PRINOTH dealer for the TROOPER and SW4S products, Chadwick-Baross, which represents many manufacturers in the industry, is now adding tracked utility vehicles to its offering. Meeting the heavy equipment needs of the New England market. This new dealer has facilities in Westbrook, Caribou and Bangor, ME, Concord, NH, as well as in Chemlsford, MA.

"We believe this partner will service the northern portion of the northeast for our entire tracked utility vehicles business unit with dedication and care, as they have done for two other of our products in the past 40 years," says Doug Little, Director of Sales for PRINOTH’s Tracked Utility Vehicles Business Unit. "Adding this product line came quite naturally for us. Having developed this relationship with Chadwick in the past years, we already know that both businesses can benefit from this partnership." 

The Outcome of Years of Innovation

Innovation is at the heart of PRINOTH’s mission and vision. The company strives to always go further, and to create new generations of vehicles that fit the needs, realities and eco responsibilities of each of its customers.

PRINOTH’s expertise in building utility vehicles and other machinery such as snow groomers has translated into designing the efficient and powerful PANTHER carriers. One of the unique aspects of this type of soundly engineered vehicle is the advantage of extremely low ground pressure. PRINOTH vehicles offer optimal contact with the terrain, yet only gently touch the ground. This means that crews can access hard-to-reach work sites while benefiting from the smoothest ride imaginable. In the early 2000s, the company's ongoing quest to provide optimal performance, flexibility, reliability and safety to all trades lead to the creation of the PANTHER Series.