Terex Construction launches new website and app, plus new locations for Liebherr and JCB in this week’s Dealer News Roundup

Updated Aug 23, 2016
The new Terex Construction website offers a responsive design that alters the page based on the device being used.The new Terex Construction website offers a responsive design that alters the page based on the device being used.

Welcome to the Dealer News Roundup, your one-stop shop for all the moves going on inside the heavy equipment distributor industry. This week’s edition includes a redesigned Terex website and app, along with new locations for Liebherr and JCB.

Terex launches distributor support app and responsive website

Terex Construction has launched a new Distributor Support app and the redesigned terex.com/construction website. The app is available for both Android and iOS and makes available all of the content and tools distributors need to support their customers.

Because the app stores content on the device itself, it can be used without a Wi-Fi or cellular connection.

“We took a good look at the tools available to our sales teams and saw a tremendous opportunity to utilize tablets for content management and delivery,” says Neal Nowick, General Manager at Terex Coventry. “We have taken all of the content these sales teams need and packaged it into one device that’s easy to carry and easy to use.”

Terex also redesigned its construction homepage with a responsive design that adapts the page to the user’s device whether it’s a computer, tablet or smartphone.

Liebherr Construction announces new dealer for Texas markets

Nueces Power Equipment is now the provider of dealer sales and service for the full line of Liebherr earthmoving and material handling equipment for the San Antonio and Austin Texas markets.

Headquartered in Corpus Christi, Nueces Power Equipment has been in business since 1989 and operates seven locations across South Texas.

Liebherr’s regional business manager, Robert Kilma, will work closely with all seven Nueces locations to help them introduce the Liebherr line to their customer base.

Yukon JCB joins JCB’s North American dealer network

Yukon JCB has joined JCB’s North American dealer network. The company will provide new and pre-owned JCB heavy equipment sales and rentals to the Yukon territory from its location in the capital city of Whitehorse.

Yukon JCB was founded in 1989 as Totaltrac Yukon, and in 2012, Rod Adams purchased the business and currently serves as its CEO. Over the years, the dealership has sold and serviced equipment from other major manufacturers, but will now place its emphasis on JCB’s full product line.

JCB’s full line of equipment includes skid steers, compact track loaders, backhoes, wheel loaders, utility vehicles, excavators and Loadall telescopic handlers.

 

Dressta appoints Howard Dales as vice president of global sales

LiuGong Dressta Machinery has named Howard Dales its new vice president of global sales for Dressta. Dale joins the company with 20 years of construction sales and marketing experience in China and Southeast Asia. His previous position was as a Shanghai-based regional director for CNH Industrial.

As vice president of global sales, Dale will be responsible for all aspects of Dressta’s global business including channel management, capacity building, after-sales and service operations and expanding the corporation’s current distribution network.

On his new position, Dale says “My vision is to reengineer the Dressta brand—to go out and reengage with the traditional markets, and grow the brand into new markets.”