Terex makes changes for future growth
| April 01, 2010 |
Terex Roadbuilding is retooling its Oklahoma City facility after moving asphalt paving and crushing and screening equipment manufacturing from the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, facility. Changes include enhanced field support, increasing customer support and new product development.
The company will cross-train sales team members on all asphalt and concrete products to increase customer interaction and begin a three-year initiative to enhance customer support by 25 percent using new management software. Engineering programs plan to develop new products.
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