Kemach Equipment appointed McCloskey dealer

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Kemach Equipment’s Jet Park head office and central branch, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, McCloskey International has appointed Kemach Equipment as its dealer for South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland (Eswatini) and Botswana.

An authorised JCB distributor established in 2003, Kemach has grown to become a leading earthmoving solutions dealer supplying equipment and aftermarket support to the mining, construction, quarrying and plant hire industries, as well as the central government.

Sales, support and service are delivered through Kemach’s extensive southern African footprint, including its national office based in Gauteng, and branches situated in 11 locations throughout South Africa. To ensure seamless operations throughout its territory, Kemach Equipment’s network of sales and service dealers is strategically positioned in Windhoek, Nelspruit, Swaziland, Polokwane, Upington, Schweizer Reneke and Vryheid.

The company offers a broad range of best-in-class earthmoving equipment. The addition of McCloskey crushers, screeners and stackers is a natural extension for the company as it continues to expand its products and services in the mining, aggregates, construction and demolition, recycling and infrastructure markets. In addition to the equipment itself, Kemach Equipment distributes a full range of genuine parts, while skilled field service technicians and expert product support engineers ensure that assistance is available at all times.

On announcing the new dealership for McCloskey equipment, Les Lothian, CEO Kemach Equipment noted, “Adding McCloskey to our range of leading brands enhances our ability to satisfy the growing needs of our customers, while also creating the opportunity to strengthen our position of being a total solutions provider to the markets we participate in.”

“Having Kemach Equipment on board further strengthens our distribution network globally. Southern Africa is a market with huge potential, particularly in infrastructure development which is a key part of South Africa’s economic response to the coronavirus pandemic. These unprecedented times present some unique situations that we anticipate will contribute to growth in the marketplace,” says Toni Laaksonen, senior vice president, McCloskey International.  “Kemach has excellent relationships in both the public and private sector and working together will benefit not only our companies but – more importantly – their customers. “ Kemach is in a strong position to support the sales of McCloskey equipment in the region. Lothian concludes that “with sustained and strong growth in the population and the required infrastructure, we anticipate equally strong growth in the aggregate sector. Bringing McCloskey products to the market at this key time benefits our companies, and our customers.”

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