Tesab Strengthens its global distribution network in Mexico.
Aggregate crushing specialists, Tesab Engineering headquartered in Omagh, Co. Tyrone, is delighted to announce that Hercon Maquinaria will join the global network of dealers as an exclusive partner representing Mexico. Hercon Maquinaria will offer the complete Tesab product line and are the perfect partner to support Tesab’s ongoing commitment to the US market.
Hercon are authorized distributors of heavy machinery for construction, mining, agriculture industry, with 26 years of experience in the market marketing leading brands.
Based in three locations in the Center of the Republic, León, Morelia and Querétaro, Hercon is equipped with a spare parts warehouse, mechanical shop, exhibition area and a spare parts store.
Commenting on their recent appointment as Mexico distributor, Margarita Nieto, at Hercon said: “We are looking forward to becoming a new dealer for Tesab Engineering. The company is among the very best in manufacturing crushing equipment worldwide and we are excited by the prospect of selling its products and providing after-sales services to both existing and new customers.”
Hercon are business partners with Maquinaria Centurion and have three additional prime locations in Guadalajara, Colima and Nuevo Vallarta in Nayarit to expand their customer base and market presence.
Tesab, Business Development Manager, Tim Winslow said, “Hercon is situated in a key area for us and will give us greater coverage in Mexico. The deal is an exciting prospect as they have excellent sales and outstanding service capability, which really fits with our aims to increase our offering to the customer with a local approach and quality throughout our dealers. I’m looking forward to watching their progress and growth over the years to come.”Tim added “Our ambition is to drive industry growth by delivering reliable and sustainable products and services in the mining and aggregates industries. Our customers’ requirements reflect the growing demand for high quality end products from highly productive equipment.”