Terra Select, Inc., Peterson Pacific Sign Dealer Agreement

The Germany company looks to the American West and sees a new frontier.

Fri May 03, 2013 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Terra Select Inc. (TSI), a manufacturer of screening equipment, has announced the signing of Peterson Pacific, an Astec Company, as its new dealer for Washington, Oregon, northern California, western Montana, and Idaho.

Headquartered in Sassenberg, Germany, TSI has been actively growing its dealer network over the last 3 years. TSI’s North American headquarters are based in Orem, Utah, and has sought to have the highest quality companies represent them. "We recognize that product support is as critical to a sale as the sale itself so the opportunity to work with a company like Peterson is very exciting" said Doug Sites, director of TSI.

"Peterson’s sales force has sold other trommel screens in the past, but is looking forward to selling a product that is manufactured and supported by a company that believes that the customer deserves the best product. We look forward to this opportunity and are already seeing success with this partnership" said Sites.

Dave Girard, western sales manager of Peterson Pacific echoed Site’s comments; "The addition of TSI’s trommel and star screens to our diverse product line of grinding and chipping equipment, as well as our blower truck lines really allows us to offer a complete package to our customers who want to be able to size materials after it has been processed through our equipment.

"The six models of portable trommel screens ranging from the T3 with 5 feet 3 inch by 9 feet 10 inch drum to the T8 with 7 feet 3 inch by 24 feet 7 inch" drum really open up sizing and production options for our customers. Also, with this equipment being available in diesel/hydraulic, diesel/electric or all electric versions, we can tailor each machine to the specific job site requirements" said Girard.

For more information on TSI call 1-888/540-6779. For more information on Peterson call 1-800/269-6520.

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