Lincoln Contractors Supply Teams Up With Reinders, Inc.
Lincoln Contractors Supply recently worked with Reinders, Inc., the Wisconsin distributor for Toro equipment, to supply each of its rental stores with one of the Toro Dingo compact utility loader units and coordinating attachments.
“This partnership with Reinders reflects our continued commitment to helping our customers save time and money on the jobsite,” said Ralph Winkler, sales manager/secretary for Lincoln Contractors Supply. He stated the new agreement enables LCS to build upon the company’s strength of having the necessary equipment, tools and supplies that a contractor needs.
“Lincoln Contractors Supply is a trusted source in the construction industry and Reinders is well known in the landscape contractor market,” said Bill Sherer, landscape sales coordinator for Reinders. “We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship that helps both companies achieve growth by serving new markets and becoming the equipment resource for industry professionals.”
LCS has brought in two Dingo 323 4-wheel drive machines and 12 TX 420 units. The 323 model is a wheeled unit and the TX 420 model has Kevlar reinforced tracks featuring a featherlight footprint of just 3.4 psi that makes it the perfect choice for delicate turf projects. The machines can be rented or purchased with various accessories such as standard buckets, narrow buckets, 6- or 9-inch augers, trencher, vibratory plow, soil cultivator and stump grinder.
“Product line diversification has enabled us to provide one-stop convenience for contractors,” Winkler said. “The Toro Dingo is a versatile piece of equipment that can be used in a variety of applications and reduces the hand labor for many jobs. Sherer explained the Dingo is a piece of equipment that both contractors and homeowners can use.
“It is a lightweight, maneuverable machine that is easy to operate and ideal for working on both commercial and residential projects. There are 35 quick attach tools available that give one guy the ability to do the work of three. Jobs that used to take all day get done in a fraction of the time.”
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