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Sandvik Mobiles appoint new distributor in Mexico

Sandvik SVF Maquinaria

SVF Maquinaria appointed to provide full sales and support of Sandvik mobile crushers and screens

SANDVIK have announced the appointment of SVF as their new authorized distributor of mobile crushing and screening equipment in Mexico. They will be responsible for equipment sales as well as provision of full aftermarket support through the supply of spare parts and local customer service.

SVF Maquinaria, as part of Grupo SVF, are a solid multinational organization with 50 years of experience. They represent a number of leading manufacturers in supplying and supporting agricultural, marine, mining, and industrial, trains as well as power generation products and services.

The company has its head office in Mexico City, with four strategically located regional branches in Monterrey, Villahermosa, Merida, and Coatzacoalcos to support customers across the country. All branches offer a full range of support services, including experienced trained engineers, repair shops, special tools etc.

The agreement includes full market coverage in Mexico for the sales and support of Sandvik Q-Range tracked jaw, cone, and impact crushers, screens and scalpers; as well as the heavy and wheeled U-Range products.

Julio Flores, distributor manager for Sandvik Mobile Crushing and Screening, said: ‘We are happy to appoint SVF as new Mobiles’ distributor in Mexico. Their existing product portfolio will complement our offering and through their established customer base. This will open up new opportunities to enable us to strengthen our position in the market and offer enhanced levels of customer support.’

SVF Maquinaria country manager Lucas von Fedak said: ‘We are delighted to sign the contract with Sandvik. For us at SVF, it is a commitment that we accept with honour, and we are confident that our partnership will deliver customers with an outstanding product experience.’

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