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EESSCO Presents New Facility During Customer Event

The event offered the chance for the company to give it's customers a big "Thank You."

Thu May 16, 2013 - Northeast Edition
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Employees and vendors line up for the EESSCO customer appreciation day.
Employees and vendors line up for the EESSCO customer appreciation day.
Employees and vendors line up for the EESSCO customer appreciation day. Craig Warner (L), owner of Delta Sand of Sunderland, Mass., and Dick Vining, co-owner of EESSCO, watch Delta Sand’s Bill Juda inspect the Sandvik cone crusher. Jill Potvin (L) and Shannon Larson greet customers at the registration table. Jeff Jones(L), a vendor of COBRA, educates potential customers about the line available at EESSCO. (L-R): Sales representative Chris Salafia; Craig Warner, owner of Delta Sand of Sunderland, Mass.; EESSCO co-owner Dick Vining and Delta Sand’s Bill Juda stand by to help customers. (L-R): Peter Naventi and George Ladas of John S. Lane and Sager Loganathan of Sandvik Construction discuss applications of the CH430 cone crusher.

EESSCO held a customer appreciation day on May 2 at its headquarters on 131 Phillips St., Hanson, Mass. EESSCO showcased its newest facilities, and provided a refresher course on conveying, crushing and washing equipment. The entire EESSCO staff and vendor representatives from across New England and the country were on hand to give guided tours and answer questions. Registration tables included chances to win prizes, and refreshments were also served.

EESSCO opened its doors in 2001 in Norwell, Mass. The facility moved to Holbrook and then moved once again to its site in Hanson, Mass., five years ago.

"This day is to say, ’Thank you,’ in a big way. Everything about today is thanking our customers for their business with us," said Greg Grey co-owner of EESSCO.

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