Sandvik makes northern signing

02 September 2015

Per Olav Fredheim (left), managing director of Fredheim Maskin, and Ciarán Ryan, Sandvik sales area

Per Olav Fredheim (left), managing director of Fredheim Maskin, and Ciarán Ryan, Sandvik sales area manager northern Europe in front of one of the first Svedala mobile crushers

Sandvik has appointed a new distributor for its full range of mobile crushing and screening plant in Norway. In addition to supplying a comprehensive line-up of Sandvik plant, Spydeberg-based Fredheim Maskin AS will also provide full aftermarket care, spare parts and dedicated customer service throughout the country. Jointly owned by brothers Per Olaf and Svein Fredheim, the company was established in 2005 and is thus celebrating its 10th year as an equipment dealer to the construction industry.

Ciaran Ryan, sales manager for Sandvik mobiles crushers and screens, Northern Europe, said that the establishment of a unique partnership with Fredheim Maskin AS will open up new opportunities. “We are delighted to be working with such a trusted distributor. Its expertise and local customer knowledge, combined with strong service support, will enable us to get closer to our customer base. We see the opportunities in Norway right up to our 130 ton UJ640 mobile jaw crusher and will very much focus on the demand for high production units.”

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