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Rock Machinery Named Superior Crushing Dealer
Superior Industries Inc. announces the appointment of Rock Machinery as its new crushing equipment dealer.
Powder Bulk Solids Staff
September 29, 2020
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Superior Industries Inc., a global manufacturer and supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, announces the appointment of Rock Machinery as its crushing equipment dealer in Wisconsin, most of Illinois, and the western half of Michigan’s upper peninsula.
“Larry Hetzel and his team at Rock Machinery have built a dealership well known for customer service and support that exceeds expectations,” said John Garrison, Superior’s vice president of sales. “Together, we’re excited to offer exceptional products and services to our crushing customers.”
Headquartered at a brand new repair facility in Allentown, WI, Rock Machinery will sell, service, and support Superior’s Liberty jaw crusher, Patriot cone crusher, Sentry horizontal shaft impactor and Valor vertical shaft impactor. Aggregate producers will be treated to strong applicational experience, fast lead times for wears and spares, and on-demand stock equipment.
“Superior’s brand is a status symbol for the highest quality equipment in the aggregate Industry,” said Larry Hetzel, president of Rock Machinery. “Our whole team is very honored and excited to represent Superior’s crushing equipment.”
Locally, Rock Machinery is respected for strong experience and proficiency in applications, sizing, and troubleshooting crushing equipment. A brand new facility creates a state-of-the-art home for field service personnel, in-house repair, and replacement parts for several industry-leading brand crushers
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