JLG changes Russian distribution

JLG has appointed Technotrade as its distributor for Russia and Belarus and closed its Moscow offices, while winding down its Russian entity.
Technotrade take over all responsibility for the sales, marketing, training and after sales service for the full range of JLG aerial work platforms across the two countries.

The company is part of Cavag group, which began distributing ground support equipment 19 years ago and represents companies like JBT jetway systems, Cobus buses, with salt spreaders, aircraft tugs and sweepers. It also covers the waste collection industry and represents fellow Oshkosh group company McNeilus and Dutch company Geesink Norba.
Ian Hume of JLG (L) and Dmitriy Ochkinas of Technotrade/Cavag at the virtual distribution contract signing

Ian Hume, JLG sales director for the Middle East, Africa, India and Russia said: “We are very pleased Technotrade will assume the right to distribute JLG’s product and offer service for our product in the region. Through their presence and expertise, we intend to further grow JLG’s products in Russia and Belarus.”

Technotrade chief executive Dmitriy Ochkinas added: “We have been working with Oshkosh for over 10 years with Airport ground support equipment and Waste collection equipment and pleased to add to our Oshkosh product portfolio JLG elevating work platforms for sale and service in Russia and Belarus, we are excited to become a member of the JLG family and ready to use all the infrastructure of the whole Cavag group to meet JLG customer’s needs. Our main focus with JLG would be organisation of high quality after sales service for JLG clients in Russia and Belarus.”


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