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EvoQuip expands into Baltic region

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Global Mining Review,


EvoQuip has appointed Stokker AS as the authorised EvoQuip distributor to cover the Baltic regions of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania for the full EvoQuip portfolio of compact crushing and screening equipment.

Madis Kaur, Stokker AS said: “We are excited to be named the EvoQuip distributor for the Baltics region and proud to be part of the dynamic and growing EvoQuip team.  Stokker’s success depends on our continued commitment to product support, so we look forward to working in partnership with EvoQuip to offer the best solutions for our customers, and to growing the EvoQuip brand in the Baltics.”

“I am delighted to have secured Stokker AS as an EvoQuip distributor. Stokker AS has almost 30 years of experience in sales and maintenance of tools and machinery. Their extensive knowledge and trained specialists ensure they offer the best solutions and product support, which is why they are the right fit for EvoQuip,” said Jamie Mairs, EvoQuip Territory Sales Manager.

EvoQuip invites bauma attendees to visit stand FM117 for the unveiling of the Cobra 290R Impact Crusher and to meet members of the EvoQuip and Stokker teams.

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/handling-processing/24012019/evoquip-expands-into-baltic-region/

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