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MWS dealer appointment in New England


McCloskey Washing Systems continue to expand presence across the US with latest dealer appointment

McCloskey Washing Systems (MWS) have announced the appointment of Rock and Recycling Equipment LLC as their new dealer for New England.

As an existing US dealer for McCloskey International, Rock and Recycling Equipment have already served the global brand in many locations, including Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, offering the full range of McCloskey crushing and screening equipment across multiple applications.

Commenting on the addition to McCloskey Washing System’s dealer network, MWS director Sean Loughran said: ‘We are delighted to add an existing dealer to our portfolio who is renowned for reliability and quality. MWS have a busy year ahead for new product launches and we are confident that Rock and Recycling Equipment will establish a leadership position within the market.

‘Rock and Recycling Equipment’s place in our dealer network continues to reinforce our presence in the north-eastern US. The team has broad experience and existing relationships with customers to provide excellent sales and support for our product lines.’

Shane Fleming, managing partner at Rock and Recycling Equipment, commented: ‘As McCloskey International’s dealer in New England, we are excited about this entrance into washing systems. Wash plants tend to be specialized equipment and McCloskey have done it the right way by hiring industry experts from engineering and support right down to sales. They have a dedicated team for the wash division that is totally focused on that equipment.’

He added: ‘The initial response from our customers has been fantastic. We are anticipating a strong first year, and look forward to working with Sean and the whole MWS team.’

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