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Words of wisdom on: Crushing

By |  October 14, 2020

Editor’s note: As part of our Road to Recovery coverage, P&Q is turning to some of the industry’s leaders for their takes on the road ahead. This month, leaders from crushing manufacturers were posed with the following question: How are you and your dealers coaching aggregate producers through the pandemic when it comes to their crushing equipment?


Vinnie Rocco AMCAST

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Staying stocked and ready

AMCAST’s Vinnie Rocco explains how tech aids in future planning

Amid the uncertainty that COVID-19 caused around the world, one thing is still clear: the need for aggregate in the U.S. and Canada remains strong. 

As producers continue to crush rock and our dealers continue to supply them with parts and equipment, we are paying extra close attention to their usage forecasts. We’ve accomplished this by increasing contact via phone, email, video conferencing and even through campaigns, notifying the market that our supply chain has remained unaffected by the virus. 

While we cannot as easily visit our resellers and their customers in person, we continue to maintain an increased level of communication to ensure our inventory is stocked with the critical parts and equipment that they depend on.

Vinnie Rocco is executive vice president at AMCAST.


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