Superior Industries expands Rock Machinery dealer partnership

11 April 2023

Superior Industries, a USA-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has announced an expansion of its dealer partnership with Rock Machinery.

Superior Industries crushing and screening equipment Crushing and screening equipment manufacturer Superior Industries has expanded its partnership with dealer Rock Machinery. (Photo: Superior Industries)

In addition to exclusively representing Superior’s crushing equipment in Wisconsin and Illinois, Rock Machinery now supports the manufacturer’s screening line in those states. It is also expanding services to Michigan.

“Rock Machinery’s commitment to providing exceptional customer service and support aligns with our values and goals,” said Jeff Gray, Superior’s director of equipment sales.

“We are confident that their expertise and knowledge will help us serve a growing group of crushing and screening customers in these regions.”

Superior’s crushing and screening portfolio includes jaw and cone crushers, horizontal and vertical shaft impact crushers, and a range of vibratory solutions for screening and sizing.

At the recent ConExpo trade show in Las Vegas, Superior debuted two brand new cones, which means Rock Machinery can supply bushing, bearing and/or spider bushing style cone crushers from a single manufacturer.

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