Terex Washing Systems offers remote technical support, local assistance
Terex Washing Systems' large network within the wet processing industry provides vital ‘on the ground local support' during these unprecedented times.
As international travel will continue to be disrupted for a considerable period of time, local assistance offered in conjunction with the ‘Remote Support Technical Team' of experts means the company can offer support to any washing operation.
"Our global dealer network provides enhanced levels of sales, service and support so we can continue to provide ongoing world-class service and support to our customers during these challenging times. The support of our regional partners combined with TWS direct support and experience means we can offer our customers end-to-end solutions, support and service. We're working with partners who have been in the industry for many years and have extensive experience and expertise in servicing mining and quarrying industries," commented Barry McMenamin, TWS Director.
With over 70 dealers globally, Terex can offer support to all wet processing operators.
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