Terex Recycling Systems appoint new dealer in UK
Warwick Ward to offer full range of Terex recycling equipment in British market
TEREX Recycling Systems (TRS) have appointed Warwick Ward as distributor for their full range of stationary and modular recycling systems across the UK.
The distribution agreement provides a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all customers’ recycling needs, covering equipment solutions including feeders, screeners, sorters, shredders and waste separators for reprocessing construction, industrial, and demolition wastes, to name but a few.
Ashley Ward, joint managing director of Warwick Ward, said: ‘Our partnership with Terex Ecotec is now into its seventh year and has proven to be a really successful and healthy relationship and one that we are proud to be part of.
The new range of static Terex recycling systems is an exciting addition to the product offering from Terex and a great addition to the Warwick Ward portfolio of products, filling an important gap. The range very much complements our other product offerings, and we very much look forward to building on the good work already done in the coming months and years ahead.’
Mark McGlinn, recycling equipment division manager at Warwick Ward, commented: ‘We are delighted to agree the dealership with TRS, which will further strengthen our recycling product portfolio, allowing us to now offer both mobile and static recycling solutions to our customer base.
‘The TRS modular design offers great flexibility for customers to either add a new piece of equipment into an existing processing line or provide the complete solution for a static waste or wood processing plant.’
Kenny Hull, TRS product and commercial manager, added: ‘From the outset, it was clear to us that Warwick Ward were an energetic company with ambitious growth plans, which can be seen from their success with their current range of products.
‘They have an excellent reputation for customer support which is a critical factor in our selection. We have no doubt that Warwick Ward will play a major role in establishing Terex Recycling Systems as a key player in the UK market.’