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Terex Construction appoints north west equipment distributor

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Terex Construction has appointed Norwest Plant to its UK distributor network. The capital equipment expert will play a vital role in developing customer relationships and providing servicing support across the north west of England, further increasing the national availability of Terex compact site machinery.

Based in Pemberton, Wigan, Norwest Plant offers the complete machinery solution for construction firms, hire companies and owner-operators across the region. As part of the distributor agreement, the company will be responsible for supplying the complete Terex Coventry Construction portfolio – from site dumpers and backhoe loaders to single drum and tandem rollers.

Jonathan Campbell, General Manager at Norwest Plant, commented: “Terex is a globally-renowned company, whose market-leading products complement what we already offer our customers. We are delighted to be working with such a key brand in the construction equipment sector and adding their machinery to our already strong portfolio of products.”

Paul Macpherson, Sales and Marketing Director at Terex Construction’s Coventry facility, added: “Norwest Plant’s sister company, Sleator Plant, has been part of the Terex Construction distributor network for the past few years, retailing compact equipment across Northern Ireland. The company has provided outstanding support to Terex end-customers and has been successful in increasing availability within the fleets of leading hire companies, providing an even more customer-focused approach.

“Adding Norwest Plant to our UK distributor network was therefore a simple decision. In fact, with such extensive experience, we’re confident that the company will play an important role in Terex Construction’s continued national growth.”

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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