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Supplier to diversify with artic trucks

OPS has become the official distributor of Terex Trucks products in Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory.

The company has traditionally been the official dealer for Osborn, Terex Finlay, Terex Washing Systems, Terex Environmental Equipment, Telestack conveyors and Kiverco recycling plant, mostly within WA and NT. It also stocks a comprehensive range of plant spares and associated products at its Jandakot warehouse which are available to its customers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Terex Trucks, now a division of Volvo Construction Equipment and headquartered in Motherwell, Scotland, is a manufacturer of off-highway rigid and articulated haul trucks that are used in mining, quarrying and construction applications worldwide. OPS will distribute the manufacturer’s three models of articulated haulers – the TA250, TA300 and TA400, with payloads ranging from 25 to 38 tonnes – and provide an extensive aftermarket care service to customers that purchase the trucks.

{{image2-a:r-w:200}}“OPS prides itself on providing quality support to its customers in the segments served, which include mining, earthmoving, civil construction and quarries, and these are areas that fit extremely well with Terex Trucks’ client base,” said Clement Cheong, the Asia-Pacific director of sales and marketing for Terex Trucks.

“The company has gained a good reputation in the market for the products and services it delivers, and we are confident that OPS will bring the same enthusiasm to Terex Trucks’ customers.”

Shane Czerkasow, the managing director of OPS, said the company was delighted to be partnering with Terex Trucks in WA, SA and NT. “We believe the two organisations’ values and objectives are aligned, such as the simplicity of product for maximum operational effectiveness, quality customer service and a leading, first class aftermarket back-up offering,” Czerkasow said.

“OPS is committed to providing all our existing and new Terex Trucks customers with a new level of service and support and we look forward to fostering a long partnership with Terex Trucks.”

The articulated trucks are set to become available in the first quarter of 2017.

In the eastern states, Terex Trucks are already available through Terrequipe, based in Rockhampton, Queensland.

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