Triad Machinery Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response


UPDATED FEB. 19, 2021:

As Washington and Oregon Covid numbers thankfully continue to decline, we want to let our customers and partners know that Triad Machinery is fully operational. All six of our branch locations throughout the two states are fully staffed and ready to meet your crane, excavator, and forest machinery needs.

However, we are still following processes set forth by the Center for Disease Control as well as Washington and Oregon State guidelines. This includes all employees wearing masks, thoroughly washing hands often, and sanitizing common work areas. When inside one of our branches, customers will be required to wear a mask as well.

We are still available for calls to the field as well. If you need a part, service, or some kind of repair, our fully-stocked trucks are ready to help and follow all COVID-19 related safety protocols. We’re not fully out of harm’s way just yet, but all Triad employees are doing their part to keep us on the right path.

For customers that are able or want to conduct business remotely, find your branch location from the list below to contact one of our customer service representatives. In addition to phone calls, we also have the capabilities to “virtually” meet face to face if you’re able to do so.

Oregon Locations

Portland Branch: (503) 254-5100

Eugene Branch: (541) 342-7700

Bend/Prineville Branch: (541) 447-5293

Washington Locations

Seattle / Tacoma Branch: (253) 722-5560

Spokane Branch: (509) 534-1900

Mount Vernon Branch: (360) 488-3948

Although we have been operational over the past year, we understand some of our customers or vendors may be reopening for the first time or have had sporadic operations. We want you to know we are here for you and will do everything we can to get you back and fully operational as soon as possible.

We continue to monitor the situation in both states as well as nationwide. As more industries begin to reopen, we will remain steadfast in our safety protocols both in our offices as well as the field. It was a very unusual, very difficult 2020. Working together, we can make sure 2021 has a much brighter outlook. We want to thank all of you for your perseverance through these unprecedented times.