Terex Trucks partners with Costa Rica distributor

By |  February 21, 2017

Terex Trucks will offer its TA250, TA300 and TA400 articulated haulers in Costa Rica. Photo courtesy of Terex Trucks

Terex Trucks partnered with International Construction Parts (ICP) to distribute and support its articulated dump trucks in Costa Rica.

Terex Trucks will now offer its TA250, TA300 and TA400 articulated haulers in Costa Rica.

According to Terex Trucks, its partnership with ICP will ensure that the requirements for the acquisition and maintenance of machines are met to a high standard.

“The company [ICP] has earned a reputation for excellent customer service and distinguished technical support, as well as a long history of proudly serving the construction and mining industries for over 12 years,” says Matt Deloglos, director of sales and marketing Americas at Terex Trucks. “The addition of the Terex Trucks’ articulated hauler to ICP complements the existing products sold and serviced and we look forward to growing our business with ICP.”

Headquartered in Motherwell, Scotland, Terex Trucks is a manufacturer of off-highway rigid and articulated trucks that are used in mining, quarrying and construction applications.

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