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Tutt Bryant expands MO offering

Metso Outotec

 

Tutt Bryant Equipment (TBE) has added Metso Outotec’s fixed plant crusher wears, spares and service support to its range in Australia.  

TBE has already been the official Australian distributor of Metso Outotec for mobile crushing, screening and shredding equipment for a number of years, including the Lokotrack and Nordtrack product lines. 

TBE is Metso’s largest Lokotrack distributor in the world as it caters to all of Australia’s crushing needs. 

The new contract enables TBE to increase its dedicated local support by providing aftermarket crusher wears, spares and service support to customers operating Metso Outotec fixed plants across Australia.  

Metso Outotec distribution management Asia Pacific vice president, Shaun Fanning, said that the company is pleased to have been partnering with TBE as its mobile equipment dealer of choice in Australia.  

“Their years of expertise in the market and familiarity with the Metso Outotec portfolio will no doubt lead to a successful venture as Australia’s new resource for fixed plant crusher spares and wears,” he said.  

TBE general manager Simon Davies said TBE is eager to expand its capacity in the fixed plant market.   

“Tutt Bryant has approximately 500 employees across nearly 30 locations throughout Australia. As the premier distributor for Metso Outotec mobile equipment, we are very much looking forward to expanding our capabilities in the fixed plant aftermarket sector to offer large quarry producers the same level of service and support that our mobile customers have come to expect from Tutt Bryant over the years,” he said.  

Since the companies joined forces in 2012, TBE has moved from strength to strength and more developments just keep rolling on out, like Metso’s latest cone crushers and the newest Nordtrack unveiled last month. 

 

Written by Danaya Malenda

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