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Terex Trucks appoints distributor in Ukraine

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Terex Trucks has appointed Kiev-based construction equipment supplier ETS as its official distributor and service provider of articulated and rigid haulers in Ukraine.

ETS was founded in 1994 and operates across the mining and heavy construction sectors, offering a wide range of equipment.

ETS will offer all four rigid dump trucks currently manufactured by Terex Trucks, the TR45, TR60, TR70 and TR100, as well as its TA250, TA300 and TA400 articulated dump trucks. “We see Terex Trucks as a great fit, not only for our business but also for our customers,” said Yuriy Marisenkov, general manager of ETS. “We are excited to be adding the Terex Trucks rigid and articulated hauler lines to our product line-up.”

Rich in minerals and natural resources, including iron ore, coal, manganese, graphite, titanium, magnesium, kaolin, nickel, and mercury, Ukraine’s mining and heavy construction sectors offer attractive opportunities as part of Terex Trucks expansion plans.

“The Ukraine is an important market for us,” said John Rotherford, regional director at Terex Trucks. “ETS knows this market well and our customers can have every confidence in its ability to deliver the right products and services. We’re confident that ETS will be a strong player in our dealer network.”


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