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Terex Construction appoints new distributor

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Terex Construction has appointed Compact Plant Sales to its UK distributor network. The Surrey based company has a strong background in construction machinery retail and aims to become the region’s leading compact equipment distributor.

Compact Plant Sales retails the Terex Construction site dumper and compaction roller portfolios via dedicated sites situated across the South East of England, along with supplying approved parts, maintenance and aftersales service for a broad portfolio of customers.

Robin Suckling, Sales Manager at Compact Plant Sales, commented: “With customers varying in size from sole traders involved in small construction jobs, to major builders and contract agencies who are renewing their fleets of site dumpers and rollers, offering a comprehensive equipment range is key.

“In our experience, Terex offers the very best value, efficiency and reliability in the market, so joining its distributor network was an easy business decision.

“We want to build our reputation for offering quality new and used compact equipment across the South East. Terex will be a key partner in making this happen.”

Paul Macpherson, Sales and Marketing Director at Terex Construction’s Coventry facility, added: “We’re looking forward to working with the Compact Plant Sales team. It is clear to see that they are hungry for growth and have a wealth of sector experience and knowledge. This partnership will allow us to further expand the UK reach of our equipment and offer the latest Terex equipment to construction professionals across the South East of England.”

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