North American expansion for Terex Trucks

By Andy Brown01 April 2019

Articulated hauler manufacturer Terex Trucks has announced plans to expand its 350-strong North American dealer network.

2. Gen 10 TA400

Terex Truck’s TA400

According to information supplied by Dodge Data & Analytics, US construction projects started this year will carry a combined value of US$808 billion.

The report also mentioned that oil pipeline companies are doing particularly well due to major renovation work underway in and around British Columbia, Canada.

This rising demand for robust construction equipment is said to be one of the reasons that Terex Trucks decided to focus more attention on the North American market.

“Historically, North America has always been a strong market for us,” said Robert Franklin, sales & marketing director, Americas.

“A significant proportion of the machines we make at our Motherwell facility are distributed to customers across this region. As a company, we want to grow our business in North America, reaching new customers and working with our dealer network to deliver an even better service.”

Terex Trucks currently has 35 dealers in North America, but the company is looking to sign more in specific regions, such as Colorado, Louisiana, Alabama and Ontario in Canada.

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