Kimball Equipment expands territory for Cedarapids products

By |  March 22, 2018

Kimball Equipment is the authorized dealer for south of Del Norte, Siskiyou and Modoc counties and north of Kern County Line in California. Photo courtesy of Terex.

Cedarapids, a Terex brand and part of Terex Corp., announced Kimball Equipment expanded its territory for Cedarapids products.

Additionally, Kimball Equipment is now the authorized dealer for south of Del Norte, Siskiyou and Modoc counties and north of the Kern County line in California.

“We are very pleased to enter this relationship with Cedarapids,” says Mark Oviatt, president of Kimball Equipment. “They have a very strong legacy and reputation in the aggregates industry and is based on more than 90 years of expertise. We already have a strong name in the market place with the Cedarapids crushing and screening product line, so we are delighted to expand our presence in new markets. We stock an extensive inventory of equipment and parts for quick response to help minimize customers downtime. We have five Cedarapids authorized repair facilities at Kimball Equipment Co. and this has enable us to accumulate the tools and capabilities to repair Terex Cedarapids, El-Jay and other crushers.”

Cedarapids says this partnership will enable Kimball to reach new markets looking for modular, portable and static mobile crushing and screening equipment. Through the partnership, Kimball will offer the Cedarapids line of crushing and screening products within its new equipment and rental fleets.

“We are delighted to extend Kimball Equipment’s territory for our Cedarapids Brand,” says Fred Gross, sales manager responsible for distribution & sales at Cedarapids. “Kimball has an excellent reputation in this market, and a strong commitment to technical product support, service and parts. Together with Cedarapids products and services, it will be a winning combination for our customers.”

Joe McCarthy

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Joe McCarthy is a former Associate Editor of Pit and Quarry Magazine.

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