ALLU Group Inc. announced Lyle Machinery Company, headquartered in Richland, Miss., and with 11 locations across the southern United States, as its newest dealer for the full line of ALLU Transformer material processing attachments. The company not only provides sales and rental of ALLU's screener crusher attachments, but also complete aftermarket service and spare parts for customers throughout Mississippi, the Florida Panhandle and sections of Alabama, Louisiana and Texas.
The appointment of Lyle Machinery as its distributor in the southern United States reinforces ALLU's commitment to providing the greatest level of customer focus in the industry, combining local expertise and support with the benefits of dealing with a truly global company, according to the company.
The Lyle family entered the equipment business in Mississippi in 1958, later expanding its business in 1995. Since 2005, it has been known as Lyle Machinery.
Throughout its history, Lyle Machinery has focused on meeting its customer needs through a wide range of equipment, parts and service. The company offers new equipment, pre-owned equipment and equipment rentals, as well as financing and extensive support — including a fleet of service vehicles to assist customers 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
According to ALLU Group Inc. President Edgar J. Chavez, "Lyle Machinery Company has a solid reputation for its industry expertise and excellent customer support. ALLU's legacy of providing the highest quality equipment and aftermarket support is made even stronger through this new partnership. We are excited to bring Lyle onboard as a valuable addition to our comprehensive dealer network."
"We have always taken a customer-first approach," said Marc Dowell, vice president of sales of Lyle Machinery. "We believe in offering better products, better service and true partnerships. That's why ALLU provides such a good fit for us. They offer a unique product that we feel can truly increase our customers' efficiency and productivity."
For more information, visit www.allu.net.
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