PowerTraxx vehicles are manufactured by our highly skilled and experienced team. Our frames are the strongest, most robust and heavily reinforced in the industry making them very installer friendly. Our employees have years of field experience as operators and maintainers of tracked vehicles
Our manufacturing facility is strategically located in the middle of the Canadian shield. This advantage gives us the ability to test our units in any of the conditions and against all elements they were designed to conquer. The commitment to quality by our people is what makes PowerTraxx the leading supplier.
Efficient diesel engines and hydrostatic drives allow for smooth and controlled movement with low operating costs. Our Tracked Personnel Carriers can accommodate up to 5 people. Our selection of Tracked Utility Vehicles is the broadest in the industry.
All of our model platforms can be custom configured to your requirements to make performing your work an easy task. Our highly skilled engineers and technicians are at your service to make your PowerTraxx your own.
Our vehicles can tackle the harshest of conditions to the most sensitive of terrain with our variety of track styles. Mud, snow, ice, muskeg, and more are no match for a PowerTraxx.
Whether transporting personnel or bringing materials and equipment to your work site, PowerTraxx has the model you need with the capabilities you require to get there and get the job done right.
We are committed to providing high quality, reliable, off road vehicles that customer’s want, that employees are proud of, that are innovative, that are environmentally sound, that we would want to own, that are “Best in Show” and “Best in Class”
The outbreak of the COVID-19 virus and the changes to public safety guidelines being issued by governmental health organizations are both rapidly evolving.
The Cormorant Utility Services Group of Companies is working hard to ensure the health, safety and environment of our employees, our customers and the general public, while still working diligently on the services and products we deliver.
Actions being taken to date include:
The COVID-19 guidelines allow for construction to continue, provided no more than 50 workers are working in any one space at a time.
Site managers are taking the following steps:
We are communicating with our suppliers and sub-contractors and have asked them to apply similar guidance to their employees visiting our offices or work sites.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with our Director of Health, Safety and Environment, Doug Matthew, who is also the head of the COVID-19 response team, DMatthew@CormorantUtility.com