Thomas Equipment Wins Best Booth Award for Skid Steer Loaders At International Show

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Thomas Equipment won the Best Booth Award for Skid Steer Loaders in the competitive heavy equipment category at Toronto's International Landscape Ontario Show. Thomas Equipment is a company of Osiris Corporation.

Thomas Equipment, Inc., a company of Osiris Corporation (OSRS.PK), announced it won the acclaimed "Best Booth Award" in the highly competitive "heavy equipment category" at the International Landscape Ontario Congress, held in Toronto.

Thomas Equipment, online at, was selected for its Thomas Skid Steer Loaders and attachments display at the show.

Petter Etholm, President of Osiris, said, "The top prize is a great credit to the entire Thomas team, which is dedicated to providing its customers with the best skid steer loaders in the industry. We are honored to have been chosen for the award." Osiris is online at

The powerful, agile and rugged Thomas Skid Steer Loaders were showcased to over 12,500 equipment buyers and executives from Canada, United States, Europe and Far East. Designed to operate in demanding, tight rugged worksite conditions, the Thomas Skid Steer Loaders were a highlight of the trade show, which is one of the top horticultural shows in North America.

Ontario Congress organizer Paul Day, Certified Director of Expositions, said, "We are proud Thomas Equipment is an active supporter of our show and we congratulate the company for winning the award."

Gilbert Bedard, Thomas Equipment's Vice President of Global Sales, said, "The Award is a crowning achievement signifying Thomas Equipment's return to Skid Steer Loader industry leadership. With more than six decades of experience behind all our Thomas Skid Steers and attachments, Thomas Equipment is ready to provide customers with the best quality of product and service in the industry."

Bedard added, "Thomas has a long and proud tradition of providing the best in Skid Steer and related equipment to customers who need dependability to operate at peak performance under rugged work conditions. With our proven expertise skid steers and in pneumatic and hydraulic systems, Thomas is more prepared than ever before to service our customers."

Thomas Equipment's 65-year history of providing top quality Skid Steer Loaders to the horticultural business reflects its dedication to the industry. With its trademark bright yellow cab and the Thomas logo of a Polar Bear growling across the Thomas "T", the distinctive profile of the Thomas loaders stand out on construction sites. Thomas Equipment is a global manufacturer and marketer of industrial and construction equipment, including skid steer loaders, and is also expert in pneumatic and hydraulic systems.

About Thomas Equipment, Inc.
Thomas Equipment, Inc. is a unit of Osiris Corporation (OSRS.PK), online at, which provides a variety of branded and other products to industrial markets through subsidiaries including: Thomas Equipment 2004, Inc.; Thomas Equipment Asia Co. Ltd.; Thomas Ventures, Inc., and Pneutech, Inc. The operating subsidiaries, located in Canada, Europe, and Asia, manufacture and market industrial and construction equipment, distribute pneumatic and hydraulic systems and design wireless devices for the telecommunications industry, among other activities. For more information, visit the company's website at

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