O’Brien Installations Limited (O’Brien), a manufacturer of overhead cranes, jib cranes and workstation cranes as well as a supplier of hoists, announced a sales agent agreement with manufacturer’s agent, Raebrooke Company (Raebrooke) to grow its crane dealer network in select areas across Canada.1
Raebrooke will represent O’Brien’s existing crane dealers while establishing new dealers in areas to expand O’Brien’s market presence and reach more customers. Partnering with O’Brien will strengthen Raebrooke’s continued commitment to its customers of providing top quality material handling equipment and industrial supplies.
“The partnership with O’Brien’s will allow us to expand our product offering in the marketplace and provide more turnkey solutions”, says Doug Coughlin, Owner of Raebrooke Company. “This will open up new opportunities which will strengthen our existing distribution channels.”
O’Brien’s crane dealer program allows companies to gain access to many of its crane and hoist products including but not limited to; jib cranes, workstation cranes, chain hoists and wire rope hoists. O’Brien focuses on building strong relationships with their crane dealers and delivers exceptional customer service as well as 50 years of crane industry experience.
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About Raebrooke Company
Raebrooke Company was established in 1992 as an independent sales agency with a focus on the promotion, sales, application specifications, and after sales service of Material Handling Products. To learn more, visit www.raebrooke.com Raebrooke’s or call 705-487-7890.
About O’Brien Installations Limited
O‘Brien Installations Limited is a manufacturer of overhead cranes, jib cranes, workstation bridge cranes and a supplier of hoists, industrial doors and loading dock equipment, serving the industry for over 50 years. For further information, please contact O’Brien Installations Limited at email@example.com or call 1-905-336-8245.
1 Select areas include all Canadian provinces with the exception of Southern Ontario beginning from Barrie to Belleville and Southern Quebec.