A Vocational Focus
Based in Nisku (Edmonton) Alberta, Link Canada, is the branch of Link® that focuses on serving the unique needs of, and testing unique applications for, the heavy vocational and military markets. Link’s research and development efforts in Nisku provide distinctive results for applications requiring 60,000lb – 90,000lb suspension capacities. The commitment to servicing the logging, oil-drilling and military customers has enabled Link to provide results where others were unsuccessful.
Link Canada has a long history of providing tailored solutions to the heavy vocational truck market. We are proud of our team of highly skilled technicians, welders, engineers, field salesmen, and support staff who are committed to building a business based on employee involvement, training and development within a safe and pleasant work environment. Our commitment is to engineer and develop quality products for our customers.
Our welding shop is set up in a production line environment, adhering to industry best practices. Our experienced team has worked with customers all over the world within various industries to build custom suspensions for just about any application. We use quality materials and oversee each step of the fabrication process from welding to painting.
20+ Years in the Field
Founded in 1992, Link Canada has a long history of providing tailored solutions to the heavy vocational truck market. In 1995, the patented Air Link walking beam suspension was introduced to the North American market, and subsequently won several awards, including: The Construction Equipment Magazine Top 100 New Products Award; The Society of Automotive Engineers Top 50 New Products of the Year; and Heavy Duty Trucking Magazine’s Best Product.
Throughout the next two-plus decades, we have continued to explore new markets and industries for the Air Link suspension, including Fire & Rescue, Crane Manufacturers. We’ve also developed operational and manufacturing efficiencies and are positioned to provide the best solutions for our vocational truck partners.
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