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New dealer in Malaysia for Terex Trucks

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As part of Terex Truck’s ongoing investments to strengthen its dealer footprint and support customers in the APAC region, the company has appointed Volvo Malaysia Sdn Bhd as its official dealer in Malaysia.

 

Volvo Malaysia is a leader in the distribution, sale, and support of construction equipment for mining and quarrying throughout East and Peninsular Malaysia. To boost its offering to customers in these segments the company will add all four of Terex Trucks' rigid haulers – the TR45, TR60, TR70, and TR100 – to its portfolio. "Terex Trucks is a perfect fit for our business, as the addition of the rigid haulers complements the existing range of equipment that Volvo Malaysia carries, while at the same time driving Terex Trucks penetration into an exciting market," said Wee Kim Wei, business director at Volvo CE Malaysia.

Commenting on the partnership, Clement Cheong, director of sales & marketing APAC at Terex Trucks added: "It is a natural progression for Terex Trucks to collaborate with Volvo Malaysia as we can go to the market with a complete the range of equipment to serve the mining and quarrying segment in the country. Volvo Malaysia has been making progressive investments, in October, the Johor branch was inaugurated, making five branches in Malaysia.

Cheong concluded: “We are confident that Volvo Malaysia will drive Terex Trucks penetration and provide excellent customer support with its branch network."

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/21112016/new-dealer-in-malaysia-for-terex-trucks/

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