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Metso Outotec and HJM expand partnership in Spain

Metso Outotec

Hispano Japonesa de Maquinaria to supply stationary equipment as well as mobile units

METSO Outotec and Hispano Japonesa de Maquinaria S.L. (HJM) have agreed on an expansion of their distribution contract in Spain. In addition to mobile equipment, HJM will also supply Metso Outotec’s stationary crushing and vibrating equipment, crusher wear parts and spare parts, as well as service contracts, commissioning, and technical support, effective July 2021.

HJM are well-known and recognized in the Spanish construction business and we have been very pleased with the co-operation with them so far,’ commented Olli-Pekka Oksanen, who heads the distribution management office at Metso Outotec. ‘Thanks to their solid expertise and local presence, we are able to strengthen the service levels for all our crushing and screening customers both in equipment and aftermarket support.’

To ensure continuity for customers, some Metso Outotec personnel will transfer to HJM as part of the new distribution arrangement. ‘Our foremost objective is to ensure a smooth transition to the existing customers,’ said Mr Oksanen.

Juan Rodríguez, managing director of HJM, added: ‘The past two years representing Metso Outotec’s mobile equipment has proven that our visions are very well aligned. Customers know what Metso Outotec solutions are and what they can do. They also know what kind of committed support is needed to maintain the highest performance as standard. Together, we want to be the preferred choice for all crushing and screening customers in Spain.’

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