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Sandvik Appoints Dealer of Surface Drills for Ala.

Crusher Works will not only be supplying a comprehensive range of Sandvik surface drills, but also will be providing full aftersales support, spare parts and dedicated customer service.

Wed September 17, 2014 - Southeast Edition
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Sandvik Construction has appointed Crusher Works as the official distributor of its surface drills line servicing the needs of its customers in Alabama.

Crusher Works will not only be supplying a comprehensive range of Sandvik surface drills, but also will be providing full aftersales support, spare parts and dedicated customer service.

“Crusher Works’s experience as a very successful distributor of mobile crushing and screening equipment is a testament to their very strong customer focus and knowledge of the quarrying industry,” said Avery Martin, business line manager, Surface Drills, USA. “Sandvik is pleased to introduce them now as our newest distributor for surface drills in the state of Alabama.”

Crusher Works, based in Bessemer, Ala., was founded in 2000 and has serviced the needs of mobile crushers and screeners in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee and the panhandle of Florida for more than 14 years. Upon being appointed official dealers of the surface drills line, Neil McCoy, president, said: “We are proud to be taking on the Sandvik drill line, allowing Crusher Works to provide a more complete offering of mobile equipment to the quarry industry in Alabama.”

In addition to aftersales support, Crusher Works’s surface drills customer base will benefit from financing options from Sandvik Finance.

For more information, visit www.crusherworks.com or www.construction.sandvik.com.




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