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New Argentinian distributor for Metso Outotec

Metso Outotec

Grupo Palmero to represent company’s aggregate solutions, spares, and wear parts in Argentina

METSO Outotec and Grupo Palmero have signed a distribution contract concerning aggregate crushing and screening solutions for Argentina.

Palmero will be the new local provider of Metso Outotec fixed plant and mobile equipment, including Lokotrack and Nordtrack, the Nordberg NW Series wheel-mounted equipment, as well as Metso Outotec crusher wear and spare parts.

Palmero will also provide related aftermarket support and services. The contract came into effect as of 1 March 2022.

‘Palmero’s robust experience in the crushing and screening industry in Argentina was key when we evaluated them as a potential partner for representing our portfolio to aggregates customers,’ said Benjamin Lhorente, head of distribution sales for Mexico, Central and South America at Metso Outotec.

‘Palmero’s corporate profile is a good fit for our growth expectations in Argentina, and we are pleased to have them join our dealer network as our distributor in Argentina.’

‘We are pleased to join the Metso Outotec distribution community,’ said Julian Palmero at Palmero. ‘We have been offering machine sales and support for the oil, gas, aviation, mining, and construction industries for decades, and Metso Outotec’s aggregate solutions offering allows us to further expand our portfolio and fulfil the growing needs of our customer base here in Argentina.’

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