McCloskey International expands global dealer network with Kemach

12 August 2020

Crushing and screening specialist McCloskey International has welcomed Kemach Equipment to its global network of distributors. The company will serve South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland (Eswatini) and Botswana.

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The Kemach Equipment management and staff team

Sales, support and service are delivered through Kemach’s extensive Southern African footprint, including its national office based in Gauteng, and branches situated in 11 locations throughout South Africa, as well as sales and service companies on the African continent.

An authorised JCB dealer since 2003, the company offers a range of earthmoving equipment and the addition of McCloskey crushers, screeners and stackers is seen as a natural extension as it continues to expand its products and services in the construction, demolition and recycling markets.

“Adding McCloskey to our range of leading brands enhances our ability to satisfy the growing needs of our customers, while also creating the opportunity to strengthen our position of being a total solutions provider to the markets we participate in,” said Kemach CEO Les Lothian.

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Kemach’s head office in Johannesburg, South Africa

McCloskey International senior vice president Toni Laaksonen added: “Having Kemach Equipment on board further strengthens our distribution network globally. Southern Africa is a market with huge potential.”

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