Greengage increases its Global distribution network
Greengage has commenced a new strategic dirtibution agreement with Jolco Equipment
JolCo has been appointed as Greengage’s exclusive distributor for the Eastern seaboard of Canada (Quebec, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island (PEI) and Nova Scotia provinces) for our ALISTM Lighting and Sensor platform, focussed on the Poultry and Swine industries.
Quality products and excellent customer service
We are confident that our partnership with JolCo will provide our customers with an outstanding quality product platform and exceptional customer service, achieving strong supply chains by consistently providing our innovative animal centric ALISTM branded products covering an expanded bespoke lighting and animal welfare sensor range and local stock for quicker deliveries from their 2 business centres and warehouse locations in the East of Canada.
Founded in 1960
Founded in 1960, JolCo Equipment is a Canadian company based in Quebec, that supplies commercial, industrial and farm equipment to the poultry, swine and diary sectors. They pride themselves in being able to offer a vast range of innovative equipment which perfectly meets the requirements of animal comfort giving them range.
Steve Parsons Greengages CEO said of the new partnership
‘We are delighted to have Jolco Equipment join our distributors network. We have worked with them before, and we are greatly looking forward to working with them to strengthen our Global reach and consolidate our reputation for providing innovative, animal-centric lighting and outcome based animal welfare sensor solutions.’
Benefits of ALIS already seen
Jolco Equipment have already seen the benefits of installing our ALIS light and sensor platform. As Michel Dion, Sales director for Jolco, commented
‘Jolco Equipment have sold the first Greengage lights for broilers layers. This was a success. Our customer wanted to reduce floor eggs. They have seen immediate results. And to back it up, our client just won a Cobb’s annual Flock Awards for the flock that produced the most chicks per hen in Canada.’