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New French dealer for Terex Finlay

Terex Finlay appoint French dealer

Company adds to growing international dealer network with appointment of MediMat in south-east France

TEREX Finlay have announced the appointment of MediMat to enhance their market coverage in south-east France. Based in Juvignac, near Montpellier, MediMat will be responsible for sales and aftermarket support across the region.

MediMat have five service centres, in Perpignan, Nimes, Toulouse, Albi and Montpellier, each of which will provide customers with a range of sales and rental purchase options for new and used equipment, spare parts availability, and full technical service support for the entire range of Terex Finlay tracked mobile crushing and screening products.

‘We look forward to building and growing our partnership with MediMat. Given their presence in south-east France, and their reputation for customer service, we are confident that they will provide the excellent sales, service and parts support that the Terex Finlay brand is renowned for,’ commented Nigel Irvine, sales and marketing director for Terex Finlay.

‘Founded in 1979, MediMat have served the heavy construction, mining, aggregate and recycling industries within the region for many years. Their teams of professionals across their full-service centres apply a customer-focused approach to maximize machine productivity and uptime.'

‘We are very excited to add Terex Finlay crushing and screening products to our range,’ said Thierry Jacquot, MediMat’s sales director. ‘Terex Finlay have a reputation as being a market leader and innovator, producing high-quality equipment, which makes them a great fit for us.’

Robert Pain, president of MediMat, added: ‘We have a strong team in place to support the existing Terex Finlay machine population in our territory, and are looking forward to promoting and increasing the sales of Terex Finlay products among our current and prospective customer base.’

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