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MWS appoint new dealer for North America

McCloskey Washing Systems appoint new US dealer

Excel Machinery join McCloskey Washing Systems’ global dealer network as distributor for Texas and Oklahoma

WASHING equipment specialists McCloskey Washing Systems (MWS) have expanded their global dealer network with the appointment of Excel Machinery Ltd as official distributors of their full range of washing and classification equipment across Texas and Oklahoma.

The partnership announcement followed the recent Conexpo trade show in Las Vegas, where MWS officially launched their SandStorm 620 modular wash plant.

Since 1989, Excel Machinery Ltd skilled designers have been providing tailor-made materials processing equipment solutions for the quarrying and waste-recycling industries, offering complete solutions from single equipment specification and supply to the design and installation of fully integrated processing systems.

Employing more than 90 staff, the company serves markets both in the US and internationally, and manufactures equipment ranging from crushers, screens and washing plants to conveyors and electrical control packages.

With Excel Machinery’s strong presence in the construction, aggregates, industrial sands and C&D waste recycling sectors, plus their continued expansion into washing applications, the synergy between Excel and MWS is seen as mutually beneficial for both parties.

Commenting on their recent appointment as MWS dealers in Texas and Oklahoma, Matt Garth, director of Excel Machinery, said: ‘We are excited to partner with McCloskey Washing Systems, to bring innovative washing equipment to Texas and Oklahoma.

‘Washing systems have become a staple in our industry and we feel that we have made the right decision to join MWS to become the leader in this area.’

Commenting on the addition to the dealer network, MWS director Sean Loughran said: ‘We are looking forward to working with Excel Machinery. They have a wealth of experience and we are confident that they will be able to help customers meet the most demanding specifications.

‘We expect 2017 to be a very significant year for MWS in North America. Excel Machinery is a name associated with quality equipment, exceptional customer service and the ability to work with customers to identify issues and develop systems that improve productivity.

‘This matches our own approach to the design and execution of washing projects, and we are very excited about the opportunities that will present themselves as a result of our new partnership.’

MWS and Excel Machinery say they will work together with to understand their customers’ needs and to select the product most suited to their business requirements. Support will continue once products are on site, including services such as after-sales technical support, spare parts requirements and product warranty.

Matt Garth added: ‘McCloskey Washing Systems have planned an aggressive washing equipment portfolio. We believe that the MWS product range will give us significant business opportunities and gain a major part of the market share in North America.’

Craig Rautiola, technical sales and applications manager with MWS, commented: ‘We designed these wash plants with the operators in mind. Production, efficiency, safety and accessibility were intelligently combined in the engineering of the SandStorm wash plant.’

He added: ‘I had the privilege of working with Excel Machinery as a customer during my time as a process engineer working for a silica sand mining company in Texas, and I’m personally and professionally excited to be partnering with them in such an important market.’

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