Redhead Equipment

Over 70 years of serving Saskatchewan and area. At Redhead Equipment, we do whatever it takes.

Whatever it takes to Grow.Build.Haul.

At Redhead Equipment, we provide our customers with more than just heavy equipment – we provide them with a team that is willing to do whatever it takes to keep them productive.

What makes Redhead Equipment different

  • We deliver the most dependable brands of agricultural, construction and truck and trailer equipment across eight provincial locations in Estevan, Lloydminster, Melfort, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Regina, Saskatoon and Swift Current.
  • Through an honest and reliable experience, we offer our customers sales, parts, service, rentals and financing solutions.
  • We have made it our priority to support both their business and community; we ensure our customers get the right equipment for the job and the ongoing support to keep them up and running.

Redhead Equipment by the numbers:

  • 8 locations across Saskatchewan
  • 480+ team members dedicated to serving you
  • 70+ years of experience in heavy equipment sales from Construction, Agriculture, and Trucks & Trailers
  • 24/7 service support through our Redhead Equipment TechLine
  • 2nd generation family-owned business
  • 30+ trusted brands on products that will help you get the job done right

Don’t just take our word for it. Hear from our customers:

Almar Limbing is a family owned & operated logging company based in Leoville, Saskatchewan. Operating primarily Tigercat forestry equipment, brothers Alain and Marcel along with their crew, harvest wood in northern, provincial forests near Meadow Lake.

Giving Back

We are committed to supporting the Saskatchewan communities that we grew up in, we farm in, and that we work in.

Our Story

Redhead Equipment started in 1948 as a locally owned Saskatchewan company, we've grown to now 8 locations within the province.

Why Redhead Equipment?

Looking for a new career in a committed and down to earth organization that is dedicated to its employees and customers?