If your dealership currently requires customers and/or staff to wear a mask while inside the store, will adjust that policy based on the CDC's new recommendation that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks indoors?
The current crisis has complex and special issues unique to dealerships. Every dealer has questions relating to employment matters and the new government loan/grant programs. Register for this webinar hosted by the HBK Dealership Solutions Group.
The Toro Co. says it intends to continue operations to the extent possible as an essential critical infrastructure business. However, it is presently temporarily suspending production or reducing levels of production at certain facilities due to the effects of the virus, including anticipated reduced demand for products in certain businesses.
The Equipment Dealers Assn. will host a free webinar for equipment dealers Wednesday, April 1, at 2 p.m. Central to discuss the Family First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES).
Industry expert Rex Collins, principal with HBK CPAs and Consultants, discusses how to address the many operational issues surrounding this crisis, how to apply for the new loans and relief packages and more.
For dealers in jurisdictions that qualify as essential or exempt businesses, the Western Equipment Dealers Assn. has prepared a “safe passage” letter for dealers to provide to their essential employees who will be asked to continue working in dealership facilities in locations that are covered by these orders.
With the growth of the compact Wheel Loader market in North America ag sector, Bobcat has introduced the L65 and L85 Compact Wheel Loaders to meet demand. The two models boast 55HP and 68HP respectively, as well as a variety of attachments including a 1 yard lightweight bucket, a combination bucket and angle broom to clear away dirt, snow or other debris.
Yanmar was founded in 1912 and developed the world's first commercially viable small diesel engine in 1933. The diesel engine has continued as our core business ever since, our key tool in the rationalization and modernization of agriculture, fishing and industry.
Virginia Beach-based STIHL Inc., produces a full line of high-quality, handheld outdoor power equipment including blowers, trimmers, brushcutters, and multi-task tools, as well as the number one selling brand of chainsaws worldwide. STIHL Inc. manufactures over 260 model variations of handheld outdoor power equipment for sale in the U.S. and around the world.