Monroe Tractor

Support for all makes and models!

Emergency support

Call your local store after hours, follow the prompts and we will get back to you ASAP.

Albany: 518.785.8013
Binghamton: 607.754.6570
Buffalo: 716.681.7100
Campbell: 607.739.8741
Hartford: 833.836.9800
Rochester: 585.334.3867
Syracuase: 315.452.0000
Woburn: 781.933.4217
Worcester: 508.845.4343

Not sure which store is nearest you? Find out here!

On-the-jobsite service

Too busy to bring your equipment in for service? We'll come to you with our fully-equipped field truck, outfitted with the same capabilities as our shops.

Call the store nearest you and ask to speak with our service department.

Customized maintenance plans
for all makes and models.

Our plans are tailored to meet your needs while significantly reducing costs and increasing equipment performance.

See how we can tailor a plan for you! Call today and ask for our service department.

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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