Payeur Distributions Inc., is a three generations family owned enterprise, counting 30 employees dedicated to provide an outstanding service. We invite you to visit one of our 4 branches located throughout the province of Quebec. At each of these locations we maintain a sales, mechanics and spare parts departments; we also have some mobile mechanics units for a more personalized repair service directly at your home. We are specialized in farming, commercial and forestry equipments; our vast line of products will answer to all your needs.
Payeur Distributions Inc., is a family owned company which is proud of its roots. Members of the second and third generation of the Payeur family manage the company applying the same traditional values which have enabled the development of privileged relationships with its clientele.
In addition to its attentive customer approach and exceptional involvement with its after sales services, Payeur Distributions Inc., defined its strategic mission as a continuous improvement to its position as a leader in the industry and a continuous effort to attain an exceptional degree of customer loyalty.
The ability to design, modify and assemble its machinery enables Payeur Distributions Inc., to adapt easily to the personalized needs of its customers and it gives the enterprise a great development capacity. Due to its exceptional positioning Payeur Distributions Inc., is involved in the provincial, national and international markets.
Payeur Distributions Inc., was founded in March 1983 in Ascot Corner, Quebec, Canada. It is the continuation of the business founded by Mr. Louida Payeur in 1952, at which time Mr. Payeur was sole owner of Louida Payeur Inc.
In the beginning the main activity of Louida Payeur Inc., was the sales and services of farm tractors and equipments. While continuing the farm machinery business, in 1985 the company started the distribution of the line of Kioti tractors adding the Bearcat chippers and the Grasshoppers tractors in 1990, the Metavic log loaders and trailers in 1994, the Salsco chippers in 2007 and the Timberwolf log splitters in 2008 to its line of products. Today’s version of The Forester has been developed in 1996; it was designed for the specific needs of the forestry workers and its complete line of accessories and equipments is under continuous development.
Members from the first, second and third generation of the Payeur family are involved in the day to day operations of the business insuring its continuity. A team of 30 persons work on a full time basis at the head office and branches.