January 4, 2021
US-based bulk material processing and handling systems manufacturer Superior Industries Inc. appointed EESSCO as its full line aggregate equipment dealer throughout all of New England. A full line dealer sells, services and supports all product segments including portable, modular and stationary crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment.
“We’re excited to partner with such a strong, industry-experienced team at EESSCO,” says John Garrison, vice president of sales at Superior Industries. “As we continue developing new features to lower cost per ton, EESSCO’s application knowledge and problem-solving mentality will further increase production for our customers.”
Like Superior, EESSCO is continuously working hard at building a brand known first for customer service and support. The Massachusetts-based dealer is staffed at all levels with knowledgeable employees who are trained to solve problems, offer solutions and increase their customers’ productivity.
“This partnership is long overdue,” reads a joint statement from Greg Grey and Dick Vining, co-owners of EESSCO. “Our decades of experience providing material handling equipment and parts along with Superior’s high quality line of crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment will provide our customers with the best possible options to achieve production goals.”
Throughout New England, EESSCO now represents Superior brand material handling equipment including the TeleStacker Conveyor; all crushers like the Patriot Cone or Liberty Jaw; all wet processing solutions for washing, classifying, scrubbing and dewatering; and Superior’s growing line of vibratory equipment including horizontal and inclined screens. Equipment from Superior is always customizable by application for portable, modular and stationary applications.
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