Al Marwan to provide sales, spare parts and service support across the United Arab Emirates
POWERSCREEN have appointed Al Marwan as their authorized distributor for the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Al Marwan will provide full coverage in the territory, including Powerscreen crushing, screening and conveying equipment sales, genuine spare parts, and service support.
Al Marwan have been a leading player in the heavy machinery industry in the UAE for more than 45 years. The company has since expanded its operations in the Middle East by opening new branches in Saudi Arabia and Oman, as well as recently launching a new e-commerce website for the sale and rental of new and pre-owned machinery, together with access to a range of machinery services, including maintenance and finance.
With a large fleet of new and pre-owned machinery available for sale, Al Marwan are the authorized dealers for a number of leading global manufacturing brands. The company also operates one of the largest rental operations in the Middle East, offering a very young, well-maintained fleet of excavators, dozers, trucks, and loaders in all sizes, and acting as a strategic partner to many key clients in the region, supporting the mining, quarrying, construction, oil, and gas industries.
‘Being a landmark in crushing and screening machinery, Powerscreen is the right partner to meet the growing demand for quarrying solutions in the region. The Chieftain 2100X screener is the first among many more products in Powerscreen’s wide catalogue of screening solutions that is readily available on our fleet as an authorized dealer,’ said Motaz Al Zaiem, plant director at Al Marwan Group Holding.
Imran Kazi, regional sales manager at Powerscreen, commented: ‘The UAE is a strategic market for Powerscreen, and we were looking for a proactive dealer with an extensive market footprint to accomplish our common business objectives. With their excellent understanding of the crushing and screening industry and its customers, there could not have been a better choice than Al Marwan.’