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Terex expands UK distributor network

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Terex Construction has strengthened its network of national equipment distributors with a trio of new appointments. Promac Solutions Ltd, Cambrian Plant Sales and Jim Dicker Plant Sales Ltd will act as authorised distributors in Berkshire, Cardiff and West Sussex, respectively.

Introduced as part of a continued drive to increase the distribution and availability of Terex® compact construction machinery across the UK, the three new appointments will play a key role in the company’s future growth; taking responsibility for developing strong customer relationships and retailing equipment across their respective regions.

Each of the new appointments will help to increase equipment and service support access for owner-operators, hire companies and site managers across the UK, allowing users to specify fit-for-purpose machinery for a wide range of projects and tasks.

“Over the past 12 months, Terex Construction has introduced a number of strategic changes to further benefit its loyal customer base, as well as increasing access to its range of class-leading site equipment for prospective construction professionals across the UK,” said Neal Nowick, General Manager at Terex Coventry. “As well as expanding our factory workforce and strengthening our senior team, we’ve introduced a number of new product lines and updated models to deliver equipment efficiencies and meet specific market demands. To complement this, we’ve increased the spread of our UK and European distribution networks in order to give customers greater access to the latest models, parts and service support.”

Adapted from press release by Rosalie Starling

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