SANY America Partners With Binder Machinery Co.

📅 Fri December 16, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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SANY America and Binder Machinery recently reached a partnership agreement. President and COO Brendan Binder (seated) signed the documents while (L-R) Bob Binder, chairman of the board of Binder Machinery; Joe Vazzano, CFO of Binder Machinery; Kyle Nape,
SANY America and Binder Machinery recently reached a partnership agreement. President and COO Brendan Binder (seated) signed the documents while (L-R) Bob Binder, chairman of the board of Binder Machinery; Joe Vazzano, CFO of Binder Machinery; Kyle Nape,

SANY America has partnered with Binder Machinery of South Plainfield, N.J. The dealership agreement broadens SANY’s distribution network into the northeastern United States.

“Since 1957 Binder Machinery has delivered and serviced some of the finest heavy equipment brands in the American market and we are honored to partner with their dealership,” said Kyle Nape, vice president of global sales and marketing at SANY America. “Binder’s name and reputation make them an ideal partner as we expand our market coverage in New York and New Jersey,” he added.

Presently, the majority of crane demand in Binder Machinery’s market comes from bridge and road construction work. As one of the oldest dealerships in the region, Binder Machinery specializes in sales to contractors and equipment rental businesses.

“SANY America has an excellent team of sales and support staff at their headquarters in Peachtree City, Georgia, and their new facility demonstrates a tangible commitment to serving the North American market,” said Brendan Binder, president and COO of Binder Machinery. “When we saw SANY’s cranes at ConExpo this year, it was clear the company is dedicated to quality and engineering.”

Earlier this year, SANY joined the FT Global 500 list and was recognized by Forbes Magazine on the World’s Most Innovative Companies list. In late August, SANY America moved to its new 400,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Peachtree City, Ga., where the company will assemble crawler cranes, excavators and concrete pump trucks.