Cemen Tech has inked deals with two equipment dealers for a sizable expansion of the volumetric concrete mixer manufacturer’s U.S. sales footprint.
The two new dealers are Reynolds-Warren, with two locations in Georgia, and Komatsu Equipment Company, a subsidiary of Komatsu with 11 locations spread through Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.
Cemen Tech says all 13 locations wil sell and service the company’s full line of volumetric concrete mixing equipment.
Cemen Tech president and CEO Connor Deering says the dealer expansion was brought on by increased demand.
“Each of these new partnerships represents regional demand and a connection to established businesses serving road and bridge construction, transportation, and industrial and commercial construction — all large-scale markets benefiting from volumetric concrete mixing,” Deering adds.
Reynolds-Warren two dealerships specialize in asphalt and roadbuilding equipment, and are located in a state seeing increasing levels of infrastructure investment and growth, Cemen Tech says.
“Concrete plays a critical role in Georgia’s growing transportation infrastructure — we see a great opportunity for customers to optimize their concrete operations, especially in maintenance/repair operations and local roadwork,” says Dan Dwyer, Reynolds-Warren vice president.
Komatsu Equipment Company will reach customers serving all major construction markets in the Nevada/Utah/Wyoming region, Cemen Tech says.
“We see large-scale deployments of this technology benefiting our larger construction, governmental and industrial customers, while providing other customers serving more specific markets such as landscaping and utility construction new ways to serve clients and grow their business,” says Joel Cook, vice president of sales at Komatsu Equipment Company.