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Agricultural Water Management Service Provider Consolidates Portfolio

By Todd Westcott 11:26AM November 19, 2018

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Vantage Canada has announced the acquisition of Vantage Manitoba from AgWest Ltd.

The acquisition completes the nationwide portfolio for the new Vantage Canada entity that will operate from the head office in Strathmore offering specialized sales and services across the country.

“Selling Vantage Manitoba to Vantage Canada allows us to focus on our core business of selling agricultural equipment,” said Chris Moskal, vice president of AgWest.

Vantage Canada and Vantage Manitoba provide turn-key tile and surface drainage services. Vantage Manitoba offers agronomy-focused tile drainage design process, installation by K&S Tiling, and Ideal Ditch™ Maps for effective surface drainage.

Customers will continue to have access to agriculture experts on the full suite of Trimble solutions to help make precision technology work seamlessly across complex farming operations. The Vantage Canada team is provides precision agriculture services and will continue delivering industry-level technical expertise, agronomy services, field data solutions, water management, and support capabilities to its clients.

“We are excited to bring Vantage Manitoba into the Vantage Canada portfolio, serving the precision agriculture needs of farmers,” said David Janssens, general manager, Vantage Canada. “We are committed to helping farmers find the right technology solutions that best meet their needs and to provide a high level of support and training to help our customers realize the full benefit of their precision ag investments across the country.”

Vantage Canada are working for a seamless transition with their acquisition, continuing to provide clients access to their full range of services.

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