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Terex Trucks expand portfolio down under

Terex TR70 rigid dumptruck

CJD Equipment to distribute and support Terex Trucks’ rigid haulers in Australia

TEREX Trucks have appointed CJD Equipment as their new authorized dealers in Australia, further extending the Scottish manufacturer’s ability to supply and support off-highway machines around the world.

Founded in 1974, Perth-based CJD provide equipment sales, service and consultation to customers active in the construction, mining and agriculture sectors. The addition of Terex Trucks’ units will allow CJD to expand their product portfolio by offering customers four rigid hauler models – the TR45, TR60, TR70 and TR100. 

The Australian dealer will also deliver an extensive aftermarket care service to minimize costs and maximize uptime and productivity to ensure customer satisfaction.

Clement Cheong, director of sales and marketing APAC at Terex Trucks, commented: ‘CJD Equipment is one of the largest suppliers of industrial equipment for the construction, agriculture, infrastructure, mining and transportation segments in Australia. 

‘Terex Trucks’ rigid machines complement CJD’s range of equipment to serve clients in Australia. We are delighted with this appointment and we are confident that with this partnership we have the reach to better serve the customers in the country.’

Alan Barnett, managing director of CJD Equipment, added: ‘We are extremely pleased and excited to have been appointed the Australian dealer for Terex Trucks’ rigid range of machines. We have the national footprint and experience for this to be a successful acquisition to our product portfolio and it further solidifies our 25-year relationship with the Volvo Group.’

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