Toro adds Mexican dealership

By Steve Ducker13 July 2015

The Toro company has added to its extensive global underground equipment dealer network by partnering with Mexican firm Cominsa.

Headquartered in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, the underground equipment provider has eight locations across Mexico, providing sales and service to all markets in the country.

“We’re looking forward to working with our newfound partners at Cominsa,” said Michael Brugh, of Toro’s international sitework systems business.

“With a focus on customer support and providing quality equipment, there’s no question that Cominsa’s values align with those of the Toro company.”

Cominsa has been in business since 1968 and has extensive expertise in the mining business. The company prides itself on supplying quality equipment solutions and has a strong reputation for providing professional care and service to its customers.

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