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ProStack welcome Powerscreen of Florida to global network

Powerscreen of Florida have serviced the states of Florida and Georgia for 40 years
Powerscreen of Florida have serviced the states of Florida and Georgia for 40 years

Powerscreen of Florida to service Florida and Georgia with full range of ProStack equipment

IN the latest of several additions to their distribution network in North America, ProStack have welcomed Powerscreen of Florida to service the states of Florida and Georgia. Powerscreen of Florida will have access to the full ProStack range of bulk material handling equipment as well as supplying genuine Terex parts and offering machine servicing.

The ProStack range of equipment, which includes telescopic conveyors, tracked conveyors, port hoppers, and tracked feeders, is suited to multiple industries that operate within North America.

 

Powerscreen of Florida have been servicing the states of Florida and Georgia for 40 years, and have solidified themselves as the leader in material-processing equipment in the region. During this time the company has supplied other Terex brands, including Powerscreen, Terex Washing Systems, EvoQuip, and CBI.

‘Adding Powerscreen of Florida to our global distribution network is another huge step for ProStack,’ explained ProStack global sales manager Lee Nesbitt. ‘This collaboration enables ProStack to benefit from Powerscreen of Florida’s local knowledge while expanding our footprint into the North American market. I am confident that this relationship will go from strength to strength.’

Richard Grant, president of Powerscreen of Florida, said: ‘We believe that the ProStack range of equipment can provide real value to our existing customers and allows us to expand into new markets. ProStack’s Telson telescopic range can be tailored to quarrying, mining, and port operations, while their Manta hoppers provide opportunities in the port and terminal industry.’

 

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