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IRock adds Midwest dealer, expands Texas dealer

By |  June 25, 2020

Logo: IROCK Crushers

IRock Crushers added Continental Equipment Co. to its dealer network.

Headquartered in Missouri, Continental Equipment will be IRock’s exclusive dealer to market, sell and service the IRock product line in Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and Kansas. Continental Equipment will distribute IRock’s full line of mobile and portable crushing plants, screening plants and conveying equipment.

According to IRock, Continental has been serving the mineral processing industry for more than 30 years.

“We are very excited to partner with Continental and provide our customers in the Midwest the best product support and service in the industry,” says Nate Russell, director of sales and business development at IRock. “The Continental team shares in our vision for growth and success and they deliver on every aspect of a reputable full-service distributor from equipment sales and parts to field service and repair.”

Photo: iRock Crushers

Headquartered in McAllen, Texas, IPE Aggregate previously represented IRock in parts of Texas and Mexico. Photo: IRock Crushers

In addition, IRock also expanded the dealer territory of IPE Aggregate into Dallas and Houston.

Headquartered in McAllen, Texas, IPE Aggregate previously represented IRock in parts of Texas and Mexico. According to IRock, IPE Aggregate has been serving the aggregate, construction and mining industries for more than 18 years.

“The team at IPE Aggregate has continued to provide exceptional service and parts to their customers and we are excited about the prospects of an expanded territory,” Russell says.

IRock Crushers is a manufacturer of mobile and portable crushing plants, screening plants and conveying equipment for the demolition, recycling and aggregate industries.

Zach Mentz

About the Author:

Zach Mentz is editor in chief of Portable Plants magazine and managing editor for Pit & Quarry magazine. Zach is a graduate of the Tim Russert Department of Communications at John Carroll University. His previous experience also includes time spent in the Cleveland Indians communications department.

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