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    New SITECH Technology Dealer to serve Midwest construction contractors

    Trimble Australia

    Trimble Australia announces the addition of SITECH Midwest to the premier network of SITECH dealerships established around the world to offer construction technology solutions to heavy and highway contractors.

    The new SITECH Technology Dealer for the Midwest will serve the heavy civil construction contractors in Illinois, the counties of Lake and Porter in Indiana, the county of Cherokee in Kansas, Missouri with the exception of the northwest area, and the county of Ottawa in Oklahoma. SITECH Midwest will offer some of the most comprehensive construction technology systems available to the heavy and highway contractor.

    SITECH Technology Dealers represent Trimble and Caterpillar machine control systems for the contractor’s entire fleet of heavy equipment regardless of machine brand, along with Trimble’s portfolio of Connected Site solutions comprising of site positioning systems, construction asset management services, software and powerful wireless and Internet-based site communications infrastructure.

    Contractors can consult with the experienced construction professionals at each SITECH Technology Dealership on the appropriate construction technology solutions to utilise to help solve a variety of construction challenges, and also receive high-quality local customer service, personalised training and technical support.

    Contractors can leverage technology to gain greater insight into their operations, enabling them to lower operating costs, improve accuracy, safety and productivity, and ensure more competitive bidding on projects.

    Trimble has been establishing a network of SITECH Technology Dealers in the Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific regions. SITECH Midwest will serve heavy civil construction contractors involved in a range of earthmoving applications such as the construction of roads, highways, railways and airports as well as site prep for large commercial, industrial and residential projects.

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