Welcome to Wetland Equipment Company!
We at Wetland Equipment Co. are the superior manufacturer of Marsh Buggies. Amphibious Equipment is most often referred to as Marsh Buggies. The terms Marsh Buggy and Swamp Buggy are known world wide. Marsh Buggies and Swamp Buggies are one type of Amphibious Equipment. We manufacture the largest Pontoons with the most flotation in the industry. We manufacture Amphibious Excavators, Equipment Carriers and Personnel Carriers in all sizes to fit our customers” needs. We manufacture Pontoons for Amphibious Excavators to fit any size or model Excavator. The term Amphibious Excavator is when you put Pontoons under an Excavator. A Swamp Buggy is a specific type of Amphibious Equipment built heavy to clear right-of-ways in dense Swamp. A Marsh Buggy is a type of Amphibious Equipment that can go through Marsh.
Wetland Equipment Company offers a wide variety of undercarriages customized to meet the demands of your unique application.
Let us fabricate an amphibious undercarriage for your excavator or design and construct other amphibious equipment to fit your needs.
Our top fabricators have over 160 years of combined experience in amphibious equipment construction.
We welcome the opportunity to familiarize you with our undercarriage design and the innovative features incorporated therein. Wetland Equipment Company strives to produce a product that exceeds your requirements. We deliver machines that surpass all customer expectations.
Our business is building exceptional amphibious equipment. We have products working in more than 30 countries worldwide. To us, each amphibious mounting is as if it were the first, taking care to fully understand where and how it will be used.
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