McLanahan welcomes Eessco, Kemper as partners

By |  May 11, 2020

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McLanahan Corp. established a partnership with Eessco and Kemper Equipment.

Eessco will sell and distribute the McLanahan line of washing and classifying solutions, as well as sampling and crushing equipment for the aggregate industry throughout New England, including New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

“We are delighted to be partnered with such a highly respected and experienced local organization, and we know that Eessco shares our passion for customer service and quality,” says Stephen Shortsleeve, McLanahan regional sales manager.

Eessco has provided New England producers with material handling equipment, parts and service since 2001. According to McLanahan, Eessco is familiar with supporting customers in the rock, sand and gravel, and construction industries. The partnership between McLanahan and Eessco combines both companies’ expertise and industry experience to help customers achieve the maximum levels of productivity and efficiency, McLanahan adds.

Kemper Equipment

Kemper Equipment, meanwhile, will sell and distribute McLanahan’s complete line of aggregate wet processing solutions, as well as aggregate sampling systems, throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

“We are excited for Kemper Equipment to be joining the McLanahan team of dealers,” says Wes Edevane, McLanahan regional sales manager. “We feel that they will provide incredible support to our current customer base, while also promoting our equipment into new opportunities. We are confident that Kemper Equipment has the personnel and resources available to excel as a McLanahan full-service dealer.”

Founded in 1981, Kemper is one of the largest distributers of processing equipment in the United States. Kemper provides engineering services and products for the aggregate industry.

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