IROCK Adds Mustang CAT to Dealer Network in South

Customers in the southern United States now have access to a wide range of IROCK equipment.

Thu January 09, 2014 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

IROCK Crushers, a manufacturer of screening and crushing equipment, has added Mustang CAT to its dealer network in the southern United States.

“We’re delighted to be working with Mustang CAT, one of the most respected and effective equipment dealers in the southern states,” said Sean Donaghy, IROCK national sales manager. “In addition to helping IROCK reach out to new customers in the region, we now have a respected partner demonstrating how our machines are ideal for a wide range of industries and specialty applications.”

Dan Blade, general sales manager of the Machine Division at Mustang CAT, said the decision to sell IROCK products was based on the company’s focus, commitment and understanding of the market.

“IROCK is a natural fit for Mustang CAT and our customers,” he said. “In addition to being ideal for quarries, these machines are a great choice for applications like concrete and asphalt recycling. The affiliation opens new avenues for growth, both for Mustang CAT and our customers.”

Mustang CAT, which is headquartered in Houston, is an authorized dealer for Caterpillar with more than 60 years of experience in heavy machinery, power systems and product support.

The dealership serves 35 counties in southeast Texas through 17 branch locations. It sells construction machinery, power systems and vocational trucks; services both machines and industrial engines; and offers rental service. And now, with this new partnership, it also sells IROCK’s full line of screeners and crushers with an emphasis on rapid deployment system (RDS) crushers.

As IROCK’s dealer network grows, the company said it remains dedicated to providing the equipment, support and knowledge to help each dealer grow and be successful.

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