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We are pleased today to launch our new Labrie Enviroquip Group website with the online information, tools and support you need to choose and integrate our wide range of refuse collection vehicles.

New features and resources at a glance:

  • New website design and information architecture, resulting in a better user experience;
  • Enhanced content written for the web;
  • Online requests for Quotes, Service and Information;
  • Web-supported functionality including improved metadata across the entire site, onsite search, browse functionality and online request features; 
  • Product search by Markets;


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Labrie EnviroQuip Group Expands Mexico Facility, January 5, 2014

ST NICOLAS, QUEBEC, CA, January 5, 2014 – Labrie EnviroQuip Group (“Labrie”), announces the acquisition and expansion of 60,000 SqFt additional facility on five (5) acres in San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico. The facility and property are adjacent to EnviroQuip’s existing facility and brings the property to 200,000 SqFt on 25 acres. This expansion will further support the production of the Front Loader and Rear Loader lines in the existing facility and add additional aftermarket parts manufacturing capabilities. 

Labrie EnviroQuip Group is the leading manufacturer of premier waste collection bodies and solutions in North America with its Corporate Headquarters in Quebec, Canada. You can visit Labrie at www.LabrieGroup.com.

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Diana Grootonk
President & CEO
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Labrie Enviroquip Group strengthens its distribution network by expanding territory coverage of long time distributor Sanitary Equipment Company Inc. to include Massachusetts & Rhode Island

St-Nicolas, Quebec, CA
June 10th 2013

Labrie Enviroquip Group strengthens its distribution network by expanding territory coverage of long time distributor Sanitary Equipment Company Inc. to include Massachusetts & Rhode Island

Labrie Enviroquip Group gears up for growth in the North East with the addition of Massachusetts and Rhode Island to Sanitary Equipment’s current territory of Connecticut. Sanitary Equipment will provide sales, service and parts supply for the Labrie, Leach, Wittke and Pendpac customers in this region. Scott Black from Sanitary Equipment will assume the role of Sales Representative in the new territory. Black brings over 10 years of acquired experience in the truck industry and his ability to be a hands-on player makes him a strong asset for the Massachusetts and Rhode Island markets.

For more than 20 years, Sanitary Equipment has demonstrated its commitment to quality and customer service as a Labrie dealer in Connecticut. “We feel our customers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island will greatly benefit from Sanitary Equipment’s expertise and commitment to customer support.” says Skip Berg, Labrie National Sales Manager.

Labrie Enviroquip Group and Sanitary Equipment Company share the same desire and dedication to bringing the best products, service, and problem-solving solutions to their customers. “The addition of Massachusetts and Rhode Island to our territory is a natural fit for our company to expand our presence on the east coast and continue our high standard for refuse equipment sales and service," said Doug Gregory, President of Sanitary Equipment.

About Sanitary Equipment Company Inc.
Sanitary Equipment Company is a second generation family owned business with 48 years of experience serving private and municipal waste haulers. Sanitary offers truck and body sales, compactor and baler parts, hydraulic service and more. Their team of experts is committed to first class service and prompt attention to their customers’ needs. For more information visit www.sanitaryequipment.com

Company contact:
Skip Berg,
Executive Director, SAles & Marketing
Labrie Enviroquip Group,
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Peter Johnson,
South Bend IN. Apr 22, 2013.

The city of South Bend is going green with new garbage trucks. Monday, ABC 57 got our first look at the new trucks which are part of the city's new solid waste plan. The plan will save the city money and will cut back on fuel consumption. The trucks run on compressed natural gas. The Director of Central Services says the trucks will save the city about $50,000 a year. "The big thing is it's going to pay for itself. The compressed natural gas vehicle to outfit it is just over $31,000 per truck. We're going to save $2.47 per gallon of fuel. So the payoff is going to be about 2 1/2 years it will pay for itself," said Matt Chlebowski. A grant paid for two of the four trucks and South Bend could get three more by the end of the year

By Eric Florip.  
Columbian transportation & environment reporter
Published: September 12, 2013 


Normally, buying four new yard debris trucks isn't cause for celebration at Waste Connections Inc. Normally, those trucks don't run without a drop of diesel fuel. But the latest additions are something different — the vehicles rolled out locally last month are fueled by the county's first compressed natural gas fueling station. Waste Connections officials and local leaders dedicated one of the new trucks Thursday at the company's hauling facility in the Five Corners area off Northeast 94th Avenue. As the specially equipped truck started up next to the fueling station, the gathering took note of one benefit some residents may have noticed already during their morning pick-up. "They're quieter," said Chris Thomas, Waste Connections' district manager. "They're noticeably quieter."

Full article: Waste Connections debuts natural-gas-fueled trucks