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Keestrack enters Japanese market

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Keestrack has signed a dealership agreement with JCE Co. Ltd, securing the company’s entrance into the Japanese market. The agreement was signed in March and will see JCE Co. Ltd distribute Keestrack’s whole range of tracked mobile crushers and screens.

“The Japanese mineral recycling industry is one of the most advanced sectors worldwide, attaining recycling rates of over 90% in almost all construction waste categories,” said Michael Brookshaw, Global Distribution Manager at Keestrack Group.

Keestrack equipment was introduced to Japanese customers at the recent New Environmental Exposition Tokyo, where a full-hybrid tracked mobile Keestrack K4e scalper was shown at JCE’s stand. The K4e is one of seven models of Keestrack’s scalper range, which offers capacity of 150 tph (K2) up to 1200 tph (K8).

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