Breath of fresh air: CNH announces dealer program for Sullair products

By Riley SimpsonMarch 23, 2021

New Holland and Case dealers will now have Sullair products directly from the manufacturer

CNH Industrial Reman and Sullair established a new program to distribute portable air compressor products directly to Case IH, Case Construction, New Holland Agriculture and New Holland Construction dealers in the CNH network.

“This program brings tremendous value to our dealers that have existing compressed air units as they can now purchase them directly from CNH,” said Vaughn Henson, business development director at CNH Industrial Reman. “For those dealers who don’t already have compressed air units, this program allows them to move into a new product line to service their existing customers or attract new customers.”

According to CHN’s release, Sullair Certified Reman program is a remanufacturing program with 14 remanufactured air compressor models and has sold more than 3,000 units since 2013.

The program’s warranty is for two years or 3,000 hours for engines and five years or 10,000 hours for air ends.

“This is an exciting time to be paired with an industry-leading name and reputation like CNH Industrial Reman,” said Brian Waldo, director of remanufacturing for Sullair.

The announcement comes a month after Sullair introduced “gamechanger” technology in its Mid-Range Series of air compressors.

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