Vermeer Corp., a leading manufacturer of tree care, wood-waste processing and composting equipment, has entered into a distribution agreement with Gyro-Trac Manufacturing located in Summerville, S.C., to distribute the flagship models of its line of mulching machines.
Gyro-Trac, founded in 1995, is a leading manufacturer of purpose-built, tracked mulching machines that are used in all types of land-clearing, vegetation and forestry management applications. This all-in-one technology allows customers to take one low-ground-pressure-machine into the jobsite providing enhanced productivity and less environmental impact.
“We are thrilled to be associated with Vermeer Corporation and its world-class global dealer network,” said Bruce Coy, president of Gyro-Trac. “This agreement will offer customers enhanced access to our technology, backed by the industry-leading Vermeer service support.”
The Vermeer network of independent dealers will have the option of adding the Gyro-Trac product line to their overall mix of products.
“Both companies recognized the mulching technology developed by Gyro Trac aligns well with the environmental and recycling initiatives of Vermeer,” said Mike Byram, senior director of environmental solutions with Vermeer Corp.
Pella, Iowa-based Vermeer Corp. manufactures a full line of tub and horizontal grinders, brush chippers, stump cutters and tree spades, as well as horizontal directional drilling systems, mini skid steers, utility and track trenchers and agricultural products. Vermeer offers worldwide sales, support, service and parts through an independent, authorized dealer network.