1966: Inception of Moodys Equipment .......Read More
1973: Construction of a new location .......Read More
1974: Burke Moody joins the company .......Read More
In 1974, Burke Moody joined the company as general manager; returning from New Holland, Pennsylvania, where he worked in the engineering department for New Holland. From the beginning, the three Moody brothers were committed to providing their customers with the best value in parts, sales, and service. The business excelled for years, paving the way for future expansion.
1979: J.I. Case Company equipment take over .......Read More
1980: Bourgault Industries equipment line take over .......Read More
1982: Moody brothers expanded their reach .......Read More
1985: Moody brothers opened Saskatoon Farm Equipment .......Read More
In 1985, the Moody brothers expanded again, when they opened Saskatoon Farm Equipment. The Saskatoon location sold White, Versatile, Morris, and Bourgault equipment, along with various short lines. This would become the largest market the brothers would operate in to date; and would eventually be the location of corporate head office.
1986: Moody’s Implements became a dual dealer .......Read More
In 1986, J.I. Case Company purchases International Harvester Company, forming Case IH. Moody’s Implements in Perdue now sold and serviced the Case IH equipment line. That same year, Ford acquired Sperry New Holland, which became Ford New Holland. Moody’s Implements in Perdue became a dual dealer, and Unity Farm Power became a Ford New Holland dealership.
1988: Ford New Holland Dealer .......Read More
1989: Moody’s divests itself of Case IH equipment. .......Read More
1994: A new building construction .......Read More
1995: Moody’s completes its new service shop .......Read More
2000: John Mathison joined the team as CEO .......Read More
2001: Moody’s Equipment amalgamation .......Read More
2002: Moody’s acquired its fourth location .......Read More
2005: New addition to the product line .......Read More
In 2005, New Holland construction equipment and Kobelco excavators were added to the product line. At that time Saskatoon and Lloydminster were full Construction locations (parts, sales, service); with Perdue and Unity adding construction services to their full-line New Holland agriculture dealerships.
2008: Burke Moody retired .......Read More
2009: Moody’s purchased Belsher Equipment Ltd .......Read More
2010: Moody’s expanded into Kindersley, SK .......Read More
2011: Saskatoon corporate head office was expanded .......Read More
2012: New building construction .......Read More
2012: New location added to Edmonton .......Read More
2012: John Mathison sold his share of the company .......Read More
On May 1, 2012, John Mathison sold his share of the company. The structure of the organization was altered, though John stayed on as Chairman of the board. John provided valuable strategic input to the board of directors until his full departure in May of 2014. Lloyd Streifel assumed the role of CEO and General Manager of Moody’s Equipment Ltd. Streifel, along with new ownership partners Aaron Gross and PFM Capital; joined the existing ownership group of Tom Moody, Wes Garner, Richard Shyluk, Don Clark and Brent Mathison. Together these 8 owners guided Moody’s Equipment Ltd. for the next several years.
2015: New building construction was completed .......Read More
2015: Edmonton location was closed .......Read More
2016: transition in ownership occurred at Moody’s .......Read More
In 2016, A transition in ownership occurred at Moody’s Equipment, as PFM Capital Inc. acquired full ownership of all eight locations. The acquisition became official in April, and the company name was officially changed to Moody’s Equipment LP. A new building was constructed for the Lloydminster location; providing much needed retail and service space. Moody’s Equipment LP closes the Calgary location in an effort to streamline its Alberta operations. Moody’s divests itself of heavy construction equipment; turns focus to agriculture and lawn & garden equipment.