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Skid Steer Attachments: Buy or Rent?

Posted by: Andy Walz on Feb 19, 2019 at 11:31 AM

Knowing when it's right to buy heavy equipment and when it's right to just rent it isn't always obvious. Both renting and buying come with their own set of benefits and costs, so how do you come out on top? Consider these factors ...

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7 Reasons Why Virnig Attachments Belong in Your Rental Fleet

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Feb 6, 2019 at 11:31 AM

Your rental business depends on equipment, so it’s crucial to purchase quality skid steer attachments which will maximize uptime and your return on investment.

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10 Reasons We’re Not Just Another Skid Steer Attachment Manufacturer

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Jan 30, 2019 at 8:08 AM

Virnig Manufacturing might be one of many skid steer attachment manufacturers operating today, but we don’t think of ourselves as just another manufacturer. In fact, we see our company, and the attachments we manufacture, as being different. Here’s a look at 10 reasons why.

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Join Us at ARA Show 2019

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Jan 30, 2019 at 8:04 AM

On February 17-20, more than 700 companies and thousands of attendees will converge in Anaheim, California for the ARA Show 2019. This annual convention and trade show, put on by the American Rental Association, is filled with countless opportunities to learn, network, and view the best of the best when it comes to construction, industrial, general tool, light construction and special event equipment.

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Virnig Attachments are Built to Last

Posted by: Tyler Monson on Dec 19, 2018 at 12:11 PM

Since 1989, Virnig has focused on producing high-quality, long-lasting skid steer attachments for you. From engineering and cutting raw materials to machining, welding, and powder coating, Virnig attachments are made in-house. We take pride in that.

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Your Feedback Matters: Product Testing to Better Serve Your Needs

Posted by: Darin Virnig on Nov 27, 2018 at 9:58 AM

We care about your needs. Over the past 28 years, we have built our attachments to better serve you. In our efforts to create and continuously improve, we put our skid steer attachments through extensive product testing. We need to know they can withstand project demands and provide high-end performance, durability, and ease of use .

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How Virnig Supports Your Dealership Goals and Sales

Posted by: Andy Walz on Nov 15, 2018 at 7:22 AM

When you’re on the hunt for high-quality skid steer attachments, it’s no surprise the Virnig brand comes up. The farmers, landscapers, and construction workers who use our attachments experience our reputation for top-quality skid steer attachments first-hand. And so do the dealers who carry our product line and work directly with customers.

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Product Comparison: Virnig vs. Competitors

Posted by: Nick Bruns on Oct 4, 2018 at 11:48 AM

There are a lot of things that go into building skid loader attachments, and one person is going to judge them differently from the next. When we go about comparing our attachments, it’s less about what the other guys are doing and more about the decisions we’re making. 

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Our Commitment to Skid Steer Attachment Dealers

Posted by: Andy Walz on Sep 20, 2018 at 2:18 PM

Here at Virnig, we concept, design, prototype, test, and manufacture a wide array of high-quality skid steer attachments. But do you know what we don’t do? We don’t sell our attachments directly to customers. Instead, we partner with skid steer attachment dealers, who then sell directly to customers. We place a high level of importance on our dealer relationships, putting time and effort into ways to support them. Here is a look at some of the ways we support dealers.

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The Virnig Difference

Posted by: Bryan Virnig on Aug 28, 2018 at 11:44 AM

From top to bottom, Virnig Manufacturing is different. Everything from how we approach design, provide service, and interact with our end users sets us apart. We were founded to meet the needs of a Central Minnesota farming community, where we provided repair work to rural farmers and construction workers in the 1990s.

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