Monroe Tractor

No-Contact Service

Our team at Monroe Tractor is doing our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 through no-contact, on-site service.

Requesting on-site service:

No face-to-face contact is required. All communication can be done through phone or email.

  1. Contact your local Monroe Tractor service department to book an appointment.
  2. Make arrangements regarding the location of your vehicleand keys if applicable.
  3. Inform our service department as to what repairs or services need to be performed.
  4. Make financial arrangements with our service department at that time.
  5. We can email or mail your receipt, whichever you prefer.

What we are doing to keep you safe:

  • Social distance: Minimizing contact between our team and  our customers.
  • Clean hands: Washing our hands with soap or sanitizer often.
  • Sanitized surfaces: Wiping down surfaces with sanitizer when we are done.

For questions or concerns, please contact your local servicedepartment.

 

 

 

Hydraulics Training at BOCES Batavia

Monroe Tractor Batavia and our Service Director visited BOCES Batavia for a hydraulics training session. They used an excavator simulator with the classes to allow students to practice their hydraulic control skills. The simulator taught students the ins and outs of how to use an excavator. They then used their new knowledge to compete in […]

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Thank you to our employees and customers

As we celebrate this milestone, let’s take a moment to reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re going. Monroe Tractor got its start in heavy equipment when founder Henry Hansen opened the original Henrietta Case Agriculture distributorship in 1951. In the late 50’s, Case began expanding its equipment lines with machines that were geared […]

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A cinder block building was just the beginning…

As we celebrate this milestone, let’s take a moment to reflect on where we’ve been and where we’re going. Monroe Tractor got its start in heavy equipment when founder Henry Hansen opened the original Henrietta Case Agriculture distributorship in 1951. In the late 50’s, Case began expanding its equipment lines with machines that were geared […]

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