Associated Equipment DistributorsJoins Forces with Spanish Manufacturers Association of Construction and Mining Equipment

Thu January 28, 2021 - National Edition

Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) announced that the Spanish Manufacturers Association of Construction and Mining Equipment (ANMOPYC) had become the newest memberof AED.

Based in Zaragoza, Spain, ANMOPYC is a sector, private and non-profit organization founded in 1982 to protect the interests of the Spanish construction, public works and mining companies and contribute to strengthening their presence in foreign markets.

"We are pleased to welcome the Spanish Manufacturers Association of Construction and Mining Equipment to the AED family," said AED President and CEO Brian P. McGuire.

"We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship as we continue to provide resources and enhance the membership experience for our North American distributor members."

"We are confident our partnership with AED will quickly impact the market development for our members in the North American market. AED is the best organization for our manufacturing companies to work with to develop their distribution network and know the current trends through the use of their services, industry knowledge and events like CONDEX at AED Summit," said Jorge Cuartero, ANMOPYC Director.

ANMOPYC participated in AED's 2020 Summit and the Conference Dealer Expo (CONDEX) in Chicago, representing their members interested in bringing their products to the North American market for distribution. ANMOPYC also will be exhibiting at the 2022 Summit and CONDEX in Orlando.

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