Finning (Canada) is a division of Finning International Inc., the world’s largest Caterpillar equipment dealer. Headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta Finning (Canada) sells, rents and provides customer support services for Caterpillar equipment and engines in British Columbia, Yukon, Alberta and the Northwest Territories and a portion of Nunavut. We serve a diverse range of industrial markets, including mining, forestry, construction, pipeline/oil field construction, agriculture, government sector, marine, transportation, fisheries, and the commercial transport industry.
Since the day we were founded in 1933, Finning has built a world-class network of product support services. Wherever our customers are working in Western Canada, Finning support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through our Customer Support Centre (1-888-FINNING). With 57 branch locations supported by nearly 500 well-equipped field service trucks across our dealership territory, Finning representatives are there with the parts and service you need, when you need it. See our new interactive map for a complete list of branch locations and contact information.
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