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ESI Passes 100 Machine Mark for Terex/Pegson Track Crushers

Fri January 30, 2009 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Les L. Bebchick, president of Equipment & Systems For Industry Inc. (ESI) headquartered in Hopkinton, Mass., announced that ESI passed the 100 machine mark in 2008 of Pegson Track Crushers within its New England territory covering Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine.

“This considerable accomplishment is tribute to the quality of both the manufacturer, Terex Pegson, as well the ’rock solid’ support provided locally by ESI, Pegson’s oldest and among its most successful dealers in North America,” said Bebchick.

“New England rock is some of the toughest in the world, yet the Pegson product has distinguished itself for nearly 10 years as being the most performance proven machine, whether be it a jaw, cone, or impactors in the marketplace. However, the product also is only as good as the local level product support available. Is the local dealer capable of being there with parts, service, and back-up machines? Crushing is neither for the weak of heart nor the dealer who is unprepared to support the machine. The name of the game is up-time and lowest cost per ton.”

ESI is a full service distributor of crushing, screening, washing, and recycling equipment. ESI represents the major manufacturers in the aggregate processing field including Cedarapids, Pegson, Eagle Iron Works, Breaker Technologies (BTI), Esco, Kafka Conveyors, Major Wire, and many dozens of others providing a “one stop shop.”

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