Slimline making international mark

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Spring is a busy time for the agricultural industry, and equally so for Slimline Manufacturing Ltd.

The parts department of this award-winning, Okanagan-based business is ready to help get you going.

Slimline’s retail counter was established when many of the industrial products suppliers had closed up shop, leaving Slimline now the number one source to local support for bearing, belts, hydraulic hose etc.

“Through our extensive global supplier network, we offer a full line of durable, customized and premium products for agricultural, industrial, lawn and garden, and the shop,” said Dan Demers, parts manager for Slimline – a company known worldwide for its common sense environmental stewardship that employs over 25 people.

Over the years, the parts department has evolved and grown out of a need to provide products that were unavailable anywhere else in the South Okanagan.

Today, their parts store includes an extensive selection of industrial and agricultural parts that are available to consumers locally, and are distributed all over North America through a dedicated dealer network.

“We offer a service of ‘if you cannot find it, we can,’ and we allow the general public in relationship to our retail counter access to our international purchase power world supplier right here in Penticton.”

Slimline offers more than just a diversity of products – the dedicated team provides expert knowledge and top-notch service.

“Our objective is to be recognized as a fair and committed company within our community that treats its customers, suppliers, and staff fairly and with respect,” said Demers, who is clearly passionate about his line of work.

“As parts manager, I really enjoy working with a dedicated team of people who are committed to providing excellent customer service and quality products to our customers.”

In addition to Slimline’s approach to environmental stewardship and positive work culture, the Penticton business is a strong supporter of giving back to the local community.

“We are a member of the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce and support many community programs such as Power Chair Football, South Okanagan Women in Need, plus we have been supporting agriculture with free calibration and sprayer workshops for both growers and government associations for over 20 years,” said Demers.

Slimline Manufacturing Ltd. invites you to experience their unique product line and water management solutions.

For more information about Slimline Manufacturing Ltd., visit www.slimlinemfg.com.

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