Cronquist Equipment Now a Distributor of Car-O-Liner

Cronquist Equipment Now a Distributor of Car-O-Liner

Cronquist will distribute Car-O-Liner equipment in the state of Alaska.

car-o-liner-logoCar-O-Liner announced that Cronquist Equipment is now a distributor of Car-O-Liner equipment, with a territory representing the state of Alaska.

Headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska, Cronquist Equipment’s owner, Tim Cronquist, began his career at a young age, working in a family-run collision shop and then gaining 16 years of sales experience in the PBE jobber business. In 2004, Tim started Cronquist Equipment, LLC, with a focus on sales, service and training of collision repair equipment.

“Working for an innovative company like Car-O-Liner is a great opportunity for me,” said Cronquist. “I am proud to distribute this product line to my customers.”

Doug Bortz, director of sales and marketing for Car-O-Liner, added, “Tim comes to Car-O-Liner by recommendation from a few of our current distributors as well as our mutual customers throughout Alaska. With Tim’s extensive experience, customer care skills and established relationships, we are confident and excited about his partnership to represent Car-O-Liner in the state of Alaska.”

Cronquist is an I-CAR instructor for the state of Alaska, as well as one of the state’s I-CAR welding instructors. To contact Cronquist Equipment, call (907) 346-1777 or email [email protected].

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