Terex Roadbuilding announces a strategic distribution agreement with Southeastern Equipment that includes the manufacturer’s full line of asphalt mobile, concrete and landfill equipment. Strengthening Terex Roadbuilding distribution in the states of Ohio, Indiana and Michigan, Southeastern now offers contractors and producers local sales and after-the-sale parts and service support for concrete pavers and plants, landfill compactors, and asphalt pavers, material transfer vehicles, reclaimer/stabilizers and milling machines.
“Southeastern has built a broad distribution network throughout its territory, and for more than 50 years has earned a solid reputation of delivering superior support,” said Julio Valladares, director of dealer development of Terex Roadbuilding. “With Southeastern’s vast industry experience and strong dedication to the customer, we are excited to partner with them to provide local sales, parts and service support for Terex Roadbuilding equipment.”
Terex Roadbuilding’s mobile asphalt line includes a broad selection of reclaimer/stabilizer, milling and paving equipment. The paver line includes both traditional material delivery systems and the Remix anti-segregation system. The CR662RM RoadMix, which is a paver and material transfer vehicle, maximizes machine utilization to save paving contractors money, according to the manufacturer.
For concrete contractors, the Terex Roadbuilding line includes the SF2204HVW hydraulic variable width paver, offering width changes from 8 ft. 4 in. to 20 ft. (2.5 to 6 m) in a matter of minutes. Additionally, the Series 6 paving kit for traditional slipform pavers features a “Stongbox” design, wedge-and-pin locking system and precision machining to reduce width change time to just a few hours. The ready-mix concrete plant designs include the Rustler and Bandit models.
“From asphalt and concrete to landfill, the Terex Roadbuilding line is a powerful line-up,” said Charlie Patterson, President of Southeastern Equipment. “We wanted complementary lines for our compactors, asphalt distributors and chip spreaders, and this partnership helps us to complete our asphalt line and offer more solutions for our customers.”
Headquartered in Cambridge, Ohio, Southeastern Equipment has more than 50 years of equipment distribution experience. Representing more than 40 different manufacturers, Southeastern covers the states of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana with 18 locations, providing sales and service support. Equipment service can be handled in the field by one of the company’s 75 field service trucks and technicians or at one of the distributor’s branches.
“With Southeastern’s territory exposure and coverage, we feel this partnership will offer a significant benefit to the customer and usher in a resurgence of Terex Roadbuilding market presence in these states,” said Agustin “Gus” Luis, Jr., district manager for Terex Roadbuilding.
For more information, visit www.terex.com.