Rockster Recycler establishes US connection

By Lindsay Gale17 June 2014

Stu Gamble (left) and Brian Barlow head up Rockster Recycler North America, established to service t

Stu Gamble (left) and Brian Barlow head up Rockster Recycler North America, established to service the US and Canadian market

The establishment of Rockster Recycler North America has been announced with the stated aim of bringing the Austrian company’s range of compact crushing and screening equipment range to the North American continent.

Rockster Recycler Gmbh, established in 2004, has partnered with recycling industry veterans Stu Gamble and Brian Barlow. The two and their team are currently selling the equipment direct to customers in the continent as they simultaneously develop and support a dealer network across the USA servicing customers in the recycling, demolition and aggregates sectors. The new operation has its headquarters in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with a parts and service centre located in Webster, Massachusetts. Rockster Recycler GmbH has also contracted Barlow Strategic Sales & Marketing to provide sales and dealer development and marketing support to assist Rockster Recycler North America’s development.

“We are looking forward to expanding the reach of our Rockster Recycler line in North America, and are confident that the industry experience Stu Gamble and Brian Barlow bring to this relationship will help us achieve our goals for the North American market,” said Wolfgang Kormann, CEO of Kormann Rockster Recycler GmbH.

“Rockster Recycler has a strong brand recognition and reputation throughout Europe, as well as two very unique crushers in the patented, interchangeable jaw/impactor Duplex System and the hybrid electric and diesel crushing and screening plant,” commented vice president of sales Stu Gamble. He added: “We’re looking forward to growing the North American market and working one-on-one with dealers and contractors as we target the recycle, rental, construction and demolition market segments, as well as the aggregate market, with highly portable and adaptable mid-range track-mounted crushers and screens.”

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