ASV Holdings Inc., an American designer and manufacturer of rubber-tracked compact track loaders and wheeled skid steer loaders, has added another firm to its dealer network—Rippeon Equipment.

Based in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Rippeon Equipment is going to offer ASV’s full fleet of Posi-Track compact track loaders, including the new RT-40 (a small-frame compact track loader), the VT-70 (ASV’s first mid-frame vertical lift model) and the RT-120 Forestry, which is the industry’s most powerful compact track loader.

Each of these machines features best-in-class rated operating capacity, cooling systems and hydraulic efficiency.

Rippeon Equipment will also carry ASV’s complete range of skid-steer loaders.

Speaking of the new partnership, ASV district sales manager Matt Sawyer said: “Rippeon Equipment is an established dealership with strong ties to the local market. The company has a history of providing quality products and excellent customer service. The addition of ASV equipment will further support this tradition.”

Rippeon Equipment supplies new and used equipment to customers in the construction, agricultural and landscaping sectors. In addition to ASV, their available brands include Kubota, New Holland Ag and New Holland CE, Honda Power Equipment, Scag, eXmark, Stihl and HLA Attachments, among others.

“We pride ourselves on the relationships we have built with our customers over the years,” company vice president Jonathan Rippeon said. “Customer satisfaction is our number one priority, and it can only be provided by offering quality equipment like the ASV line of machines.”

Based in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, ASV has been designing and manufacturing compact construction equipment since 1983. Its patented rubber track undercarriage technology, Posi-Track, provides operators with a unique degree of traction and control on wet, slippery, rough and hilly terrain.

ASV products are sold via an independent dealer network spanning North America, Australia and New Zealand. The company also provides OEM equipment and aftermarket components.