Yukon JCB is the latest full-service dealership to join JCB’s growing North American dealer network. The dealership will provide new and pre-owned JCB heavy equipment sales and rentals to the Yukon Territory from its location in the capital city of Whitehorse.
Yukon JCB was founded in 1989 as Totaltrac Yukon, Inc. In 2012, Rod Adams purchased the business and currently serves as its CEO. Over the years, the dealership has sold and serviced equipment from other major manufacturers, but will now place its emphasis on JCB’s full product line. Through its relationship with JCB, Yukon JCB will continue to provide excellent customer service while growing JCB’s presence in the Yukon Territory. Yukon JCB’s current executives, managers, salespeople and service technicians will offer customers the same outstanding service with plans to expand staff in the future as the business grows.
Rod Adams, Yukon JCB’s CEO, believes that the dealership’s current relationships and knowledge of the Yukon market will be significant as the transition to selling and servicing JCB equipment continued. “We’ve been a part of this region’s equipment market for 25 years now,” Adams said. “We know this area very well, and we feel that our new partnership with JCB will benefit both our current and future customers by enabling us to provide them with some of the world’s safest and most innovative heavy equipment.”
JCB’s full line of equipment includes skid steers, compact track loaders, backhoes, wheel loaders, utility vehicles, excavators and Loadall telescopic handlers. Yukon JCB will sell new and pre-owned machines, as well as offer equipment rentals.
“Having a JCB dealership in the Yukon Territory will allow us to bring our quality products to a previously underserved market,” said Dallas Reeves, JCB North America’s vice president of sales. “The ambitious, innovative and customer-centric staff at Yukon JCB is an ideal match with JCB’s corporate philosophy, and we’re very pleased to welcome them to the JCB family.”