Superior expands partnership with Wisconsin dealer

By |  June 14, 2016
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RB Scott will now carry a wide variety of Superior’s products, including its TeleStacker Conveyor. Photo courtesy of Superior Industries

Superior Industries expanded its partnership with RB Scott Co., a conveying equipment dealer headquartered in Eau Claire, Wis. In addition to conveyors and conveyor components, RB Scott will now represent Superior’s line of wet processing equipment and portable processing plants.

RB Scott represents Superior throughout the state of Wisconsin, the northern half of Illinois and the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan. According to Superior, RB Scott will carry a variety of its products, including the TeleStacker Conveyor and RazerTail Truck Unloader, as well as its washing screws, dewatering screens, classifying tanks and portable processing plants for screening and washing applications in the construction aggregates industry.

“RB Scott’s expedient and honest approach to customer service has made them an ideal partner of ours for decades,” says Jarrod Felton, president of Superior Industries. “We’re excited to expand our partnership with these new products. Through this expanded partnership of product innovation and excellent customer service, we are excited to create more opportunities for material producers to improve their operational efficiencies and lower cost per ton.”

Superior Industries, headquartered in Morris, Minn., engineers and manufactures groundbreaking, bulk material processing and handling equipment, and machinery components. It supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems for the construction aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass industries.

RB Scott Co. is a 40-year-old, third-generation family-owned and operated business.

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