Tracey Road Equipment Named Rubble Master Distributor

Tracey Road Equipment has become the official distributor of Rubble Master crushing and screening equipment in all areas of upstate New York, north of New York City.

Wed May 04, 2016 - Northeast Edition
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Representatives of RM and its new dealer Tracey Road Equipment, Syracuse, N.Y., pose for a photo. (L-R) are Scott Collins, Tracey Road Equipment; Rene Wagner, RM; Jerry Tracey, Tracey Road Equipment; and Gerald Hanisch, RM.
Representatives of RM and its new dealer Tracey Road Equipment, Syracuse, N.Y., pose for a photo. (L-R) are Scott Collins, Tracey Road Equipment; Rene Wagner, RM; Jerry Tracey, Tracey Road Equipment; and Gerald Hanisch, RM.

Tracey Road Equipment has become the official distributor of Rubble Master crushing and screening equipment in all areas of upstate New York, north of New York City. The partnership aims to expand the availability of the full Rubble Master product line.

Founded in 1976, Tracey Road Equipment has five locations throughout the state of New York. Each location will provide sales, service and support of Rubble Master compact crushers. Branches are located in Syracuse, Albany, Binghamton, Rochester and Watertown.

“We are pleased to have another successful dealer such as Tracey Road Equipment on board and we are excited about this partnership and the resulting expansion of the Rubble Master brand in the U.S.,” said Gerald Hanisch, president, founder and owner of Rubble Master.

Rubble Master offers a range of mobile crushing and screening solutions for recycling, demolition, quarrying, mining and contracting applications. RM's all-mobile equipment meets the highest specifications for mobility and versatility, both on site and on road, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, call or e-mail Scott Collins 315/374-4768, scollins@traceyroad.com, or visit www.rubblemaster.com and www.traceyroad.com.




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