Cemen Tech provides Komatsu Gear, Reynolds-Warren to seller community
Cemen Tech has inked offers with two gear sellers for a large growth of the volumetric concrete mixer producer’s U.S. gross sales footprint.
The 2 new sellers are Reynolds-Warren, with two areas in Georgia, and Komatsu Gear Firm, a subsidiary of Komatsu with 11 areas unfold by Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.
Cemen Tech says all 13 areas wil promote and repair the corporate’s full line of volumetric concrete mixing gear.
Cemen Tech president and CEO Connor Deering says the seller growth was introduced on by elevated demand.
“Every of those new partnerships represents regional demand and a connection to established companies serving street and bridge building, transportation, and industrial and industrial building — all large-scale markets benefiting from volumetric concrete mixing,” Deering provides.
Reynolds-Warren two dealerships specialise in asphalt and roadbuilding gear, and are positioned in a state seeing rising ranges of infrastructure funding and development, Cemen Tech says.
“Concrete performs a essential position in Georgia’s rising transportation infrastructure — we see a terrific alternative for patrons to optimize their concrete operations, particularly in upkeep/restore operations and native roadwork,” says Dan Dwyer, Reynolds-Warren vp.
Komatsu Gear Firm will attain prospects serving all main building markets within the Nevada/Utah/Wyoming area, Cemen Tech says.
“We see large-scale deployments of this expertise benefiting our bigger building, governmental and industrial prospects, whereas offering different prospects serving extra particular markets equivalent to landscaping and utility building new methods to serve purchasers and develop their enterprise,” says Joel Cook dinner, vp of gross sales at Komatsu Gear Firm.