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G-series. More than a machine.

G-series. More than a machine.

INTRAC Group is exclusive importer for the Baltic's for a number of world leading producers of heavy machines. We represent among other brands John Deere forest equipment, Case earthmoving machinery, Massey Ferguson tractors and combines, Manitou telehandlers and Bomag road building equipment. INTRAC Group AB is the holding company of the INTRAC group of companies with HQs located in central Stockholm.

The INTRAC companies offer professional users in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Belarus the best available distribution and service for heavy tracked and wheeled machinery. Many of our customers are active in forestry, small and medium sized industries, farming, quarries and/or different construction businesses.

INTRAC operates with sales, spare parts and service through thirteen offices spread throughout our territory. We represent world class brands, and have an outstanding availability in the market area. Our thirteen workshops and more than forty service vans are well equipped and of highest standards. The group employs more than 200 people and the total sales for year 2017 exceeds EUR 60 millions. Through our service and sales concept, we have become a leading machinery dealer with market shares of between 20% and 60% for most of our different business lines.

INTRAC takes over distribution for Hardi International

INTRAC Group increases the agricultural equipment offering in Estonia and Latvia with a new agreement for complete sprayer program from Hardi International and thereby further strengthens the program for farmers in the region.

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Growth for INTRAC

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INTRAC Latvija awarded in Paris by CASE Construction

INTRAC Latvija awarded for best CASE Construction Compact Equipment Dealer 2017 for Northern, Central and eastern Europe.

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