C&S Solutions Inc., based in Harrison, Ohio, and MT Electronics Inc., headquartered in Boones Mill, Virginia, are well-established dealerships offering sales, service, and training to broad customer bases. These additions further the rapid growth of the Aries Industries dealer network, which has added seven U.S. dealers coast to coast, and three in Canada, in less than three years.
“We only partner with dealers who are as committed to outstanding customer service as we are,” says Jim Kraschinsky, vice president of sales at Aries Industries. “While our footprint has expanded dramatically, it’s been a very selective and diligent process. C&S Solutions and MT Electronics are two more dealers who meet our exacting criteria to provide Aries customers in their regions a great customer experience.”
Branded as a “damage prevention company,” C&S Solutions provides underground utility locator equipment, metal detectors and sewer camera systems. Opened in 2001, the company will serve customers in Ohio and Michigan for Aries Industries.
Founded in 1990, MT Electronics operates on a premise that “quality is the best guarantee.” Its experienced team sells and services pipe locating equipment, water leak detection gear. and pipe inspection cameras to customers in Virginia. The company is certified as a Virginia small, women-owned and minority-owned business. MT Electronics is active on the Electronic Virginia state procurement system and registered as a vendor with the State Corporation Commission. The company belongs to the Virginia Rural Water Association and American Water Works Association.
“This is an exciting time for our company, especially given the recent launch of our groundbreaking Voyager™ HD Mainline Inspection System,” Kraschinsky says. “We welcome these dealers to the Aries network and look forward to long and prosperous relationships. Quality-focused partners such as them play a critical role in rolling out new products. Customers being able to see innovation up close and personal is always the best marketing tool.”