Sennebogen Expands to Uruguay

One of South America’s leading specialists in forestry equipment has been named to represent the full line of Sennebogen purpose-built material handlers in Uruguay.

Wed March 16, 2016 - National Edition
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One of South America’s leading specialists in forestry equipment has been named to represent the full line of Sennebogen purpose-built material handlers in Uruguay.
One of South America’s leading specialists in forestry equipment has been named to represent the full line of Sennebogen purpose-built material handlers in Uruguay.

One of South America's leading specialists in forestry equipment has been named to represent the full line of Sennebogen purpose-built material handlers in Uruguay.

Constantino Lannes, President of Sennebogen LLC, welcomed ROMAN Soluciones Forestales, based in Montevideo, Uruguay, to his firm's growing network of distributors. According to Sennebogen's Regional Sales Manager in the territory, Ted Graser, Roman S.A. is well prepared to support customers in Uruguay's logging industry, as well as those involved with scrap, waste, recycling and port activities.

Alberto J. Voulminot is the President of Roman S.A. He notes that his firm has established a strong reputation for expertise in forestry and processing equipment through its support to additional leading OEM brands including Komatsu, Morbark and Boxer Equipment. “We are very focused on the needs of our customers for dependable service and equipment advice,” says Voulminot. “This is why we invested and continue to invest in training for our people through the CRECER Training Center. Taking on the Sennebogen line is just a further demonstration of our commitment to delivering the best material handling solutions for the Uruguayan industry.”




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