Terex cranes in Russia from JSC Kwintmadi

By Alex Dahm10 June 2011

Pictured from left to right: Steve Filipov, Terex developing markets and strategic accounts presiden

Pictured from left to right: Steve Filipov, Terex developing markets and strategic accounts president; Max Skillman, JVM Equipment Limited managing director; Joe Krider, Terex vice president strategic

JSC Kwintmadi has been appointed as Terex distributor in Russia for all terrain cranes produced in Germany and rough terrain cranes produced in Italy and the USA.

The agreement covers the European zone of Russia, which comprises districts one, two, three and four of the Russian Federation.

"JSC Kwintmadi has gained solid experience in the Russian crane business sector with a well-established sales and services network through 25 branches across European Russia, headquartered in Moscow," said Max Skillman, CEO.

"Russia is a strategic market for Terex Cranes, and this new partnership with the JVM Group and JSC Kwintmadi is an excellent opportunity for us to focus on Russian market prospects," said Thomas Hartmann, Terex Cranes sales director in Germany. "We are proud that JCS Kwintmadi has taken on our brand. With JSC Kwintmadi's customer intimacy and strong network, Terex Cranes will be able to secure much closer customer relationships in Russia and enhance its service offering rapidly."

JSC Kwintmadi has been supplying the CIS with cranes, excavators and other construction equipment since the early 1990s. It has 25 branches in European Russia and is headquartered in Moscow.

Pictured from left to right: Steve Filipov, Terex developing markets and strategic accounts president; Max Skillman, JVM Equipment Limited managing director; Joe Krider, Terex vice president strategic accounts and government affairs; Lina Sokolova, Kwintmadi chairman; Oliver K├╝pper, Terex Cranes director global business development; Nikita Domaschenko, Terex Cranes sales and business development Russia.

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