Metso Welcomes Holt Cat to Texas Distributor Network

Tue September 19, 2017 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Distribution manager Nayles Bakke from Metso presents the new distribution partner HOLT with a model of a Lokotrack mini crusher. From left: Buck Pate, technical services manager at HOLT; Nayles Bakke, Metso; Evan Creson, VP, Machine Sales South at HOLT; J.K. Baxter Senior, VP, Machine Sales at HOLT.
Distribution manager Nayles Bakke from Metso presents the new distribution partner HOLT with a model of a Lokotrack mini crusher. From left: Buck Pate, technical services manager at HOLT; Nayles Bakke, Metso; Evan Creson, VP, Machine Sales South at HOLT; J.K. Baxter Senior, VP, Machine Sales at HOLT.

Holt Cat will offer Metso's crushing and screening products to the contractor and recycling segments, covering 118 counties in south, central, north and east Texas. The agreement was signed in June 2017.

"We are extremely happy to welcome Holt Cat to the Metso distributor community," said Ben Hansbury, vice president of Distribution Sales at Metso. "With Holt Cat's industry experience and acknowledged commitment to creating customer value, we know they can provide Metso equipment users with superior service. This partnership strengthens our distributor channel in Texas, one of our key markets in the United States."

"We are looking forward to the opportunity to represent Metso in our region," said Evan Creson, vice president of machine sales at Holt Cat. "Metso is an established manufacturer known for its high level of quality, innovation and support. Adding Metso's portfolio complements and diversifies our product range, and will help us to provide even more value-added solutions that enable our customers to bring progress to our world."

For more information, visit www.metso.com.




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