Unicontrol, the Scandinavian company transforming the 3D machine control landscape, announced its strategic partnership with North Carolina-based Benchmark Tool & Supply Inc. This collaboration is a significant move to provide groundbreaking, user-friendly solutions for earthmoving machines across the U.S. East Coast.
Eric Teague, CEO at Benchmark Tool & Supply, said, "Unicontrol is precisely what the underserved segment of our industry has been looking for — a cost-effective, user-friendly system with built-in flexibility that adapts to the local needs of the construction industry and complements our existing portfolio of end-to-end solutions.
"Furthermore, the integrated diagnostics tool taps into our proactive approach to customer service, monitoring and support."
With nearly two decades of experience in construction technology, Benchmark Tool & Supply is primed to be a driving force behind Unicontrol's North American expansion. Based in Raleigh, N.C., with local offices on the East Coast and a growing eCommerce platform, Benchmark Tool & Supply is invested in the ongoing support of its customers, making a virtue of becoming their trusted advisor.
The Unicontrol software platform's core strength lies in its ability to mass customize. This allows for perfect adaptation to local circumstances and optimal utilization across machine types and sizes, combined with an unparalleled 3D machine control solution for the compact machine segment, the company said.
Together with Benchmark Tool & Supply's focus on customer service and training, it enables an improved operator experience and an enhanced return on investment through streamlined efficiency.
Unicontrol's 3D machine control systems are setting a new industry standard with an approach toward simplicity, swift integration, and cost-effective pricing. Across the U.S. construction industry, delays, cost overruns, and a severe shortage of skilled labor pose a significant challenge to construction projects. Benchmark and Unicontrol's commitment to elevating user experience has propelled their highly reliable 3D machine control systems to the forefront, the company said.
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