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Two new dealers join ALLU distributor network

ALLU M-Series Transformer

Profi-Bagger and Egelquip (Pty) appointed to cover sales in Hungary and South Africa respectively 

EQUIPMENT attachment specialists ALLU have appointed two new distributors for Hungary and South Africa. The authorized dealers, Profi-Bagger (covering Hungary) and Egelquip (Pty) Ltd (operating in South Africa), will supply ALLU’s comprehensive range of Transformer and Processor material-processing attachments, as well as providing full aftermarket care, spare parts and dedicated customer service.

Founded in 1993, Profi-Bagger specialize in the supply of earthmoving and processing equipment across Hungary and in recent years have added major brands to their inventory, with ALLU being the latest addition. 

Egelquip (Pty) were established in 2013 by Kieron Geoghegan as a ‘new version’ of his original business, Conquip Plant Hire, which began trading in 1983. Today, they provide premium construction equipment solutions throughout southern Africa, assisting customers across a broad range of applications, including mining, waste management and recycling. 

ALLU say the new distributor appointments will further enhance locally focused customer support in Hungary and South Africa, while Profi-Bagger and Egelquip (Pty) will be able to call on round-the-clock specialized advice and assistance from the manufacturer’s German office and Finland-based technical support department.

Commenting on the appointments, Jeroen Hinnen, vice-president of sales for ALLU, said: ‘The combination of ALLU equipment and global aftermarket support, together with the local knowledge and industry expertise of Profi-Bagger, will allow our customers to benefit from a winning combination.

‘The opportunities in southern Africa are also staggering, with Egelquip having the know-how, expertise and contacts to show how the ALLU Transformers can help with surface mining and other material processing applications.’

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