Wallingford’s Announces Distribution of Veriga to North America
Wallingford’s Inc. is pleased to announce a new partnership with Veriga, one of the largest global manufacturers of tire chains and forestry tracks.
Wallingford’s Inc., with its head office in Oakland, Maine has distribution facilities in New Hampshire and Edmonton, Alberta.
Founded in 1975, Wallingford’s is the largest wholesale distributor of logging supplies in North America serving nearly 3000 OEM, distributors, and dealers. John Wallingford, President of Wallingford’s Inc. stated “We are very excited with this new relationship with Veriga and look forward to bringing this great brand across the Atlantic.”
Established in 1922, Veriga has expansive production program and is a prominent European presence in the forestry industry. Wallingford’s Inc. is looking forward to marketing Veriga’s broad range of products across North America, adding new products to our line-up with European design and quality. They use the best raw materials and have an advanced manufacturing facility, including cutting edge heat treatment, resulting in products the user will find to be both functional and durable. New products include:
A full line of bogie and wheel tracks for forestry equipment
Forestry chains for skidders and CTL machinery
Snow/traction tire chains for trucks, tractors and heavy machinery
Tire protection chains for heavy machinery
With every passing year Veriga has enjoyed continued European success against its major track and chain competitors, and we expect the same here in North America as the brand name and demonstrated quality becomes known. Mitja Peterlin, CEO of Veriga, states “We are looking forward to our cooperation with Wallingford’s Inc. We have been trying for quite some time to find the right partner to introduce our products to the North American market. We have enormous trust in Wallingford’s, which has tradition and is a true specialist in the required field. Together we will make sure that we will give customers the best possible service, that they deserve.”