Premier Equipment to Carry Anaconda Conveyors

Tue March 23, 2010 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Gordon Terry (L), general manager of Anaconda Conveyors and Fabrication and Eamon McMahon, president of Premier Equipment, pose with an Anaconda conveyor.
Gordon Terry (L), general manager of Anaconda Conveyors and Fabrication and Eamon McMahon, president of Premier Equipment, pose with an Anaconda conveyor.

Premier Equipment President Eamon McMahon and Gordon Terry, general manager of Anaconda Conveyors USA, have entered into an agreement for Premier Equipment to represent the Anaconda line of conveying equipment in the New England states.

Anaconda’s distinction in the crushing and screening industry is its portable tracked conveyors.

Anaconda also offers a range of standard wheeled conveyors and static conveyors offering material movement from 40 to 100 ft. (12 to 30.5 m) and up to 850 tph (771 t) output capacity. It also will customize and design a conveyor to suit individual applications.

Premier Equipment, located in Natick, Mass., is the distributor in New England for the Sandvik (formerly known as Extec and Fintec) brands of crushing, screening and recycling equipment.

The company was founded 13 years ago by McMahon and currently has five factory-trained sales representatives and a fleet of four service trucks. The service trucks are fully stocked and Premier Equipment’s factory trained technicians are trained to service and support the large inventory of equipment that has been sold to producers and recyclers in the New England market over the last decade.




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