Chicago Pneumatic appoints Norwegian and Swedish dealers

By Murray Pollok12 June 2012

Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment has appointed dealers for Norway and Sweden. Anleggsgruppen becomes Norwegian distributor and Matek AB now represents Chicago Pneumatic in Sweden.

Located in Lier, Norway, Anleggsgruppen sells, rents and services machines and equipment for sectors including construction, demolition, snow removal and aggregates. Its equipment ranges include Anaconda and Rubble Master conveyors and grading machines, VTN hydraulic tools and attachments, compaction equipment and material handling machines.

The distributor will carry the full line of Chicago Pneumatic construction tools and equipment, including hydraulic and pneumatic handheld equipment, compaction equipment, rig-mounted attachments, portable compressors, and parts, consumables and accessories.

Matek AB, a specialist in stone and concrete work throughout Sweden, is part of the YstaGruppen and represents brands including VIP tile saws and ICS saws and power packs. Like Anleggsgruppen, Matek will carry the entire range of Chicago Pneumatic products.

Ralf Majchrzak, sales manager in northern Europe for Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment, said Anleggsgruppen had "already done an incredible job promoting our line of RX hydraulic breaker attachments, as well as our light compaction equipment and portable compressors.

"We are proud to announce our partnership with Anleggsgruppen - the industries that they serve are an important part of Norway's recovering economy, and we are confident that they will continue to be successful in the region."

Chicago Pneumatic offers a wide range of pneumatic, hydraulic and petrol-driven equipment, portable compressors, rig-mounted attachments, and compaction equipment for the construction and demolition industry.

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