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Terex MPS appoint new distributor in Asia-Pacific region

Company expands global dealer network with appointment of Rocktec in New Zealand

AS part of an expanding business strategy for global distribution, Terex Minerals Processing Systems have announced the signing of Rocktec as their new distributor for New Zealand.

Simon Croker, global director for Terex MPS, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Rocktec to our global dealer network. This is a great opportunity for us to work with this highly experienced business to expand and strengthen our foothold in New Zealand as a crushing and screening solutions provider. We are sure that the excellent reputation that Rocktec have for service and support will also enhance the customer experience.’

Rocktec are part of the Southern Cross Engineering Group Ltd (SCE), one of New Zealand’s largest mechanical project engineering companies. Founded in 1991 by the developers of the Barmac VSI crusher, Paul Tidmarsh and Angus Robson, the pair decided to bring their design and manufacturing experiences together with a desire to custom design engineering solutions and provide innovative products for the New Zealand and world markets.

Jason Tapper, sales and marketing manager for Rocktec, said ‘We see the equipment from Terex MPS as an excellent fit for our business that will further enhance the range of practical solutions we can deliver to the market in New Zealand.

‘When this distributorship was first discussed with John Flynn, market area director for Terex MPS Australia and New Zealand, at last year’s AQA conference in Brisbane, it was clear that there was space in the market for another supplier of quality equipment, and with Rocktec being able to add value to this with our design and service teams we see great benefits for our customers.’

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