Lincom join CDE Global Partner Network
Queensland-based firm takes on responsibility for CDE equipment in Australia, New Zealand and PNG
CDE have announced that Lincom Pacific Equipment have joined the CDE Global Partner Network with responsibility for Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Lincom will be supported in their development efforts by Terry Ashby– a senior member of the CDE board of directors.
‘Our decision to appoint a board member to assist with the development of the market in Australia demonstrates our commitment,’ said Enda Ivanoff, sales director at CDE. ‘This is central to our Global Partner programme – we focus on the development of key strategic markets through the appointment of senior personnel to assist our Global Partners to quickly develop the technical support capability required for our customers to enjoy maximum plant efficiency and productivity.’
According to CDE, this will be the first stage in the development of a dedicated Australian team which will include the full range of engineering disciplines that the company offers – technical, design, project management, and research and development.
Commenting on the agreement, Terry Ashby said: ‘We are delighted to add Lincom to our partner network. They are recognized as market leaders in the sales and service of equipment to the construction materials sector. With their existing customer network and coverage throughout Australia, this presents us with a great opportunity to build on the success we have enjoyed in the Australian market in recent years.
‘Since 2010, we have completed a number of projects in the construction materials and specialist sands sectors, which provide us with the basis on which to continue working towards our target to be recognized as the number one supplier of washing and mineral-processing equipment in Australia.’
Lincom will represent the full CDE product portfolio for the construction and recycling sector, which includes the M2500 mobile washing plant, EvoWash sand-washing plant, AggMax portable log-washer, ProGrade aggregate screens and EvoScreen dewatering screens. In addition, the company provides a variety of water-recycling and sludge-management systems which allow operators to minimize the waste from their processing operations.
Roy Watterson, managing director of Lincom Pacific Equipment, said: ‘Our reputation in Australia has been built on understanding the requirements of our customers and being able to offer the highest-quality processing systems available. This new agreement with CDE can only serve to further enhance this reputation.
‘We look forward to working closely with CDE to realize the many opportunities that exist for operators in the industry to enhance the efficiency of their operations through a focus on productivity, reliability and exceptional service and support.’
Lincom Pacific Equipment have coverage throughout Australia. In addition to their headquarters in Queensland they have regional offices in New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. The company also has a sales and service presence in Townsville, North Queensland; Christchurch and Auckland (New Zealand); and Papua New Guinea.