Finn Adds Dealers to Pacific Northwest and Alaska

Sept. 14, 2015

 Fairfield, OH (September 14, 2015): FINN Corporation, a world leader in the manufacture of landscape and erosion control equipment, has inked deals with Thomson Equipment and Yukon Equipment to increase coverage in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. The dealer agreements recognize them as full-line equipment, parts stocking and service dealers for FINN HydroSeeders, Straw Blowers, and Bark Blowers.

Yukon Equipment is the oldest Alaskan-owned heavy equipment dealer in Alaska. For more than 65 years, they have been helping contractors complete their jobs with the best and most reliable equipment. Located in Anchorage, Wasilla and Fairbanks, they serve the entire state. Yukon rents, sells and leases equipment, as well as offers service and parts support.

Based in Portland, Oregon, Thomson Equipment has been serving customers throughout Oregon and Washington for more than 30 years with new and used heavy construction equipment. In addition, Thomson specializes in used and hard-to-get replacement parts for heavy construction equipment and boasts an exceptional service department to keep their customer’s equipment working profitably. Thomson’s FINN territory is Oregon and Washington.

“We’re very pleased to have found such good fits for us in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska,” said Matt Hoffman, FINN Director of Dealer Development. “Our products fit well into their organizations, and the environmentally conscious states that they serve have a definite need for our erosion control equipment. Quality localized dealers such as Thomson and Yukon are essential to meeting this need.”

About Finn Corp.

FINN Corporation is a Cincinnati-area based company that was started in 1935 by Charles Finn. When he invented the first HydroSeeder in 1953, Finn set the company on a course of innovation that continues to help landscapers and contractors get more productivity while cutting labor and material costs. Today, FINN continues building on this foundation and strives to make every FINN machine a smarter way to work.