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CMW Announces Dealer Agreement for Holcombe Mixers

Wed December 11, 2019 - Midwest Edition #25
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CMW Equipment is adding Holcombe Mixers to its product line.
CMW Equipment is adding Holcombe Mixers to its product line.

CMW Equipment announces it has become the Holcombe volumetric concrete mixer dealer for Missouri, Illinois and Kansas. These truck- or trailer-mounted units fill a unique need for short loads, specialty mixes and after hour pours.

"We are excited to have CMW Equipment join our team and represent us in the Midwest. They have an excellent reputation," said George Holcombe, sales manager of Holcombe Mixers.

Holcombe offers the HM10H concrete mixer truck with a capacity of 10 cu. yds. and ability to carry up to 110 cu. ft., as well as the HM12HE concrete mixer truck with a capacity of 12 cu. yds. and ability to carry up to 120 cu. ft.

The company also offers a 200-barrel low-profile portable silo and a 275-barrel portable cement silo. Both are available with either a gas or electric engine.

"The product line will further enable us to fulfill the equipment needs of our customer base. One more quality product to help our customers make money," said Larry Glynn, president of CMW Equipment.

CMW Equipment has been in business since 1956 and specializes in construction and production equipment for the concrete, asphalt and aggregate industries.

The company sells new and used machines for road building, including paving equipment, concrete and Readymix batch plants, pavers, rollers and other equipment.

For more information, visit cmw-equip.com and holcombemixers.com. CEG




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