SANY America Partners With Company Wrench

Thu July 19, 2012 - Midwest Edition
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Primarily serving the demolition, scrap metal recycling and material handling industries, Company Wrench offers rentals, sales and services ranging from repairs to custom fabrication.
Primarily serving the demolition, scrap metal recycling and material handling industries, Company Wrench offers rentals, sales and services ranging from repairs to custom fabrication.
Primarily serving the demolition, scrap metal recycling and material handling industries, Company Wrench offers rentals, sales and services ranging from repairs to custom fabrication. The staff of Company Wrench gathers for a group photo.

SANY America has a new distribution partnership with Company Wrench Ltd. of Carroll, Ohio. The dealer agreement extends sales of SANY’s global line of excavators to multiple regions of the United States.

“Company Wrench’s dedication to customer service has allowed them to develop 14 branch locations in the midwest, south, northeast and northwest,” said Eric Teague, director of dealer development at SANY America. “Few companies achieve this level of market penetration, and we are looking forward to a long relationship.”

Primarily serving the demolition, scrap metal recycling and material handling industries, Company Wrench offers rentals, sales and services ranging from repairs to custom fabrication. Over the next 12 months, SANY America and Company Wrench have planned an aggressive strategy targeting both the rental and end-user segments.

“When we began looking to expand our inventory and product lines, the component familiarity and low operating costs of SANY’s excavators caught our attention right away,” said Cam Gabbard, vice president of Company Wrench. “Furthermore, SANY America has made a breathtaking investment in the North American market with their facility in Georgia, and we expect them to become a major market player over the next two years,” he added.

SANY America markets SANY Heavy Industry’s global line of excavators, crawler cranes, rough terrain cranes and port machinery. Last fall, the company announced plans to construct a $25 million R&D center alongside its headquarters and manufacturing facility in Peachtree City, Ga. When complete, the site will employ 300 hydraulic and mechanical engineers.

For more information, contact 678/251-2810.