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Metso Strengthens Global Presence, Customer Service for Aggregates Industry

Tue December 19, 2017 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Metso's aggregates distributors learning about company's latest innovations during the global Distributor Days seminar held in September 2017 in Tampere, Finland.
Metso's aggregates distributors learning about company's latest innovations during the global Distributor Days seminar held in September 2017 in Tampere, Finland.

Metso has strengthened its presence in the aggregates market globally with 14 new distribution agreements signed during 2017. These new agreements further expand the coverage of Metso's crushing and screening offering for the construction industry and include Texas, one of the main markets for mobile equipment as well as new markets Qatar, Morocco and Papua New Guinea. Several agreements were also finalized across the United States and Europe. 

"Developing a global distribution community is one of the strategic focus areas within Metso's Aggregates business. We build strategic partnerships which, in cooperation with our product and service development teams, will shape Metso's future offering and create the best possible value for our customers," said Markku Simula, head of aggregates business at Metso.

Distribution Model Developed With Best-In-class Channel Partners

By partnering with top distributors, Metso improves its presence in its traditional core markets, as well as in new areas. Distributors provide support for customers both in equipment and services. Metso's global aggregates community has currently well over 100 official distributors. 

"We are constantly looking for new, best-in-class channel partners as well as developing the performance of our existing community. We are particularly interested in joining forces with distributors who are eager to develop further their service capabilities," said Adrian Wood, head of global aggregates distribution at Metso.

For more information, visit www.metso.com.

 




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