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Metso Outotec hook up with AEG

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Advanced Engineering Group to distribute Metso Outotec synthetic screening media in Australia

METSO Outotec and Advanced Engineering Group Pty Ltd (AEG) have signed a contract for the distribution of Metso Outotec’s screening media. Since March 2021, AEG have been selling and supporting all Metso Outotec synthetic screening media products to aggregates producers in Australia.

The distributor partnership combines Metso Outotec’s reliable, premium brand screening media products with AEG’s recognized market knowledge. AEG have facilities in Melbourne and Brisbane and employ 22 staff. Metso Outotec provide technical support and back up AEG through their focused global supply chain.

‘The production of aggregates in Australia has increased with newer and larger operations that have greater focus on cost-efficiency and quality of materials, and the move towards synthetic media has evolved from this demand,’ said Shaun Fanning, vice-president of Asia Pacific Distribution at Metso Outotec.

‘Metso Outotec have developed a range of synthetic screening media to support customer needs. Together with AEG, we can offer fast and easy access to screening media for Australian customers.’

Dave Hastie, managing director of AEG, said: ‘We have built our business on quality products and service during the past 25 years. We look forward to growing the Metso Outotec brand as well as introducing our range of products to a wider clientele.

‘The partnership is an important step in building our new superstore where customers have access to a one-stop shop of synthetic media, screen mesh and accessories on a timely and simplified manner.’

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