Haver & Boecker Rocky Mountains expands, relocates

By |  June 5, 2015

Haver & Boecker Rocky Mountains relocated its service center from Chilliwack to Kamloops, British Columbia. The company also added Darcy Fredrickson as an additional sales manager to better serve its customers in the western U.S. and Canada.

Fredrickson brings more than 17 years of sales experience to Haver & Boecker.

“The addition of Darcy, as our sales manager, will provide our customers and sales team with a wide variety of support, from equipment servicing to parts availability,” says Markus Kopper, Haver & Boecker Rocky Mountains general manager. “This allows us to provide new and current customers continued fast response and yet it positions us for additional growth in the region’s mining industry.”

In addition, Haver & Boecker Rocky Mountains is now the exclusive distributor for Major Wire Flex-Mat 3 in British Columbia. The company now serves aggregate, mining and industrial mineral producers in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, as well as British Columbia, Northwest Territories and the Yukon.

According to the company, the new location will continue to provide the equipment rebuilds, sales and service for which the company is known. It will also work with customers to develop lists of critical items to stock for quick availability and to minimize downtime.

“The additional sales staff, coupled with the new location and expanded product offerings, will allow us to better serve our customers with durable and efficient screening and material processing solutions,” says Kopper.

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