Greystone Strengthens Dealer Network with Berry Tractor

Sat December 30, 2006 - Midwest Edition
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GreyStone Inc., the Columbus, Neb.-based manufacturer of sand washing and aggregate processing equipment, announced the signing of Berry Tractor & Equipment Co. as a new dealer covering the state of Kansas.

Founded in 1957, Berry Tractor has branch offices in Kansas and Missouri. A Komatsu dealer since 1989, the company was awarded “number-one service provider” status nationwide for Komatsu.

Berry Tractor will represent and support the full line of GreyStone equipment throughout Kansas, offering parts, service and training in addition to sales, according to Berry Tractor Vice President and General Manager Jim Whitworth. GreyStone’s product line includes single and twin, fine and coarse material dewatering screws; Aggre-Spec classifying systems, featuring the exclusive Windows-based Aggre-Spec V6 sand re-blending system; portable and semi-portable washing/screening plants; radial stackers and conveyor systems.

“We did not have complete dealer representation in Kansas,” GreyStone Vice President and General Manager John Bennington said. “So working with a dealer the caliber of Berry Tractor is a very good thing for us. Having represented other aggregate equipment lines over the years, Berry Tractor has the experience we wanted and an excellent reputation in the industry.”

“We feel this relationship with GreyStone will be a win-win situation,” said Whitworth. “GreyStone has an excellent product line at a competitive price. We feel we will be able to increase market share of GreyStone products in Kansas.”

GreyStone manufactures a complete line of field-proven portable and semi-portable washing/screening plants, sand classification tanks and systems, single and twin fine material dewatering screws, single and twin coarse material washers, log washers, advanced computer control systems, portable sand plants, water clarifiers, rotary and vibrating screens, portable conveyors and radial stackers, blade mills, dewatering screens, portable screening plants, twin jets, cutter heads and aggregate reclaiming systems.

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