Tioga county business wins $2.4 million contract

By Suzanne Proulx

Tioga county business wins $2.4 million contract

March 11, 2014 Updated Mar 11, 2014 at 2:36 PM EDT

Spencer, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Northeast Implement wins a $2.4 million two year contract to provide wood chippers to municipalities in Minnesota.

Northeast Implement will provide about 40 hydraulic feed wood chippers per year to different agencies in Minnesota.

Owner and CEO Charles Klett said the contract could extend to an additional four years, for a total of six.

The company said it will see a $400,000 boost in sales for each year of the two-year contract.

“This is a very exciting contract for our company,” Klett said. “Northeast Implement is currently in pursuit of several other contracts, and we are interested in working with other local municipalities, and businesses, to service their implement needs.”

Northeast Implement has been in business since 1976, and is currently the leading distributor of tractor mounted forestry equipment in North America.

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