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Metso welcome new Californian distributor

Metso NW Rapid portable crushing plant

Quinn Company expands Southern California customer offering by joining Metso’s distributor family

METSO have welcomed California-based Quinn Company to their US aggregates distributor community. Quinn, who started out in agriculture, are currently celebrating 100 years of business. Today, the company sells and leases machines for agriculture, construction and the marine industry.

They will now be providing contractors, recyclers, and aggregates producers with Metso’s complete range of mobile and stationary crushing and screening equipment. Customers will also receive the support of Metso’s OEM parts and services, backed by the Finnish firm’s 150 years of industry expertise.

‘The addition of Metso crushing and screening products to our product offering complements our existing Caterpillar product line,’ said Allen Hofmeister, crushing market development manager at Quinn Company. ‘We look forward to offering Metso’s world-class products to our valued customers through new sales, rentals and wear parts.’

‘Metso are very excited to welcome such a well-established and trusted name to our distribution network,’ added Ben Hansbury, vice-president of distribution sales at Metso. This new partnership will provide Southern California customers with an unmatched level of service and support.’

Quinn will have seven locations in their Metso territory with 83 inside, outside and product support sales representatives.

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