Dueco expands Terex line

By Sarah Ann McCay14 May 2014

U.S. manufacturer Dueco has expanded its representation of the Terex line to include the states of Wyoming and Montana, taking to 17 the number of states it covers in the U.S.

Judie Taylor, president of Dueco, said, “We are excited that our third generation women-owned family company will continue a 59-year tradition of providing outstanding support to the utility and related industries as we look forward to serving customers in Wyoming and Montana. Many of our current customers have operations in these states, so we will continue to build on strong relationships while also developing new ones. Our seasoned sales and service teams will begin providing support immediately.”

Dueco is the largest independently owned final-stage manufacturer of Terex aerial buckets and digger derricks in the U.S. The firm has manufacturing facilities in Waukesha, Wisconsin and Watertown, South Dakota and has six service centers across the country. The company represents more than a dozen other OEMs, services all brands of utility trucks, provides parts and training support and offers an expanding line of tools and accessories.

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