James River Equipment Is Latest Full-Line Superior Dealer

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Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a new dealer partnership with James River Equipment throughout the US states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

James River Equipment will offer, service, and support Superior’s full line of crushing equipment, conveyors, horizontal and inclined vibratory screens, and solutions for washing, classifying, scrubbing and dewatering. The companies will work together to tailor designs to each customer in stationary, modular, or portable applications.

“We have so much in common with James River and that’s going to make this partnership such a valuable resource for the region’s aggregate producers,” says Scott Gulan, Superior’s equipment sales manager. “We’re excited to visit all the quarries in the area and introduce our relentlessly supported processing and handling equipment.”

The new venture will showcase all of the similarities and qualities the two companies share. From exceptional customer service to investment in employees, Superior says it’s adding another quality full-line dealer to its network of top-of-the-line aggregate equipment dealers.

“While we have been engaged in mobile crushing and screening plants for the last ten years, Superior gives us the opportunity to offer customers first-class products that we haven’t had in our portfolio,” says John Grantier, vice president of sales for James River. “We think it is going to be a game-changer and allow us to truly be a “one-stop shop” for our material processing customers.”

About James River Equipment

In 1977, the Romer Family purchased their first John Deere dealership in Virginia, creating James River Equipment. With the strong leadership of Mark Romer and other operational partners, they have grown to over 40 locations in the Virginias and Carolinas. Their experience, culture, and focus on customer service has made them one of the most distinguished John Deere dealerships in the country.

Resansil Will Represent Superior Equipment In Dominican Republic


Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is proud to appoint the Resansil Group as its full line aggregate equipment dealer in the Dominican Republic. A full line dealer sells, services and supports all of Superior’s product segments including portable, modular and stationary crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment.

“Resansil is well-known in the region and has a great enthusiasm for serving their customers,” says Roland Duer, Superior’s business development manager in Latin America. “We share similar roots and business models and we’re all looking forward to helping aggregate producers lower cost per ton in the Dominican Republic.”

Throughout the region, Resansil now represents Superior’s American-made brands of conveying equipment including the TeleStacker® Conveyor; all crushers like the Patriot® Cone, Liberty® Jaw and the manufacturers impact crushers; all wet processing solutions for washing, classifying, scrubbing and dewatering; and Superior’s growing line of vibratory equipment including horizontal and inclined screens.

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Long-Term Partners Expand Relationship To Central Canada

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Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of aggregate processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a growing partnership with its longest serving equipment dealer. General Aggregate Equipment Sales — who purchased their first Superior conveyor way back in the early 1980s — will now represent the manufacturer’s full-line of equipment in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. A full-line dealer carries all of Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment plus parts.

Just like their existing partnership in several U.S. states in the Upper Midwest, General Aggregate Equipment Sales will sell, service and support Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment in Manitoba and Saskatchewan as well. Superior’s diverse product portfolio includes jaw, cone, HSI and VSI crushers; horizontal, inclined and grizzly feeding vibratory equipment; scrubbing, classifying, washing and dewatering solutions; plus unloading, transferring and stacking conveyors including the manufacturer’s famous TeleStacker® Conveyor.

In addition to 10 branches in the U.S., General Aggregate Equipment Sales houses its Canadian operations from branches in Winnipeg and Regina. The dealer boasts a massive inventory of machinery and parts, dozens of skilled service technicians and an in-house financing department. The dealer is set to host its famous Aggregate Expo from March 8-9, 2022, in Fargo, North Dakota.

General Aggregate Equipment Sales invested in their first Superior brand conveyor during the fall of 1982. It was a small 24” x 75’ radial stacker. Since then, the equipment dealer has ordered 2,500 more Superior manufactured machines including the largest buyer of TeleStacker Conveyors in the world. While the numbers are impressive, Superior says it shows General Aggregate Equipment Sales is exceptionally committed to having iron on the ground when their customers call.

Long-term Partners Broaden Dealer/Manufacturer Relationship

Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a growing partnership with its longest serving equipment dealer. General Equipment & Supplies, Inc. — who purchased their first Superior conveyor way back in the early 1980s — will represent Superior’s full-line of equipment in two more states: Minnesota and North Dakota. A full-line dealer carries all of Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment plus parts.

“Since General Equipment’s home office is less than 100 miles from our Minnesota headquarters, this proximity has encouraged a constant exchange of ideas that have significantly improved our company,” says John Garrison, Superior’s vice president of sales. “We’re all very excited to expand our partnership in the region, which will create so many more positive opportunities for our customers, employees and all of their families.”

Just like our existing partnership in Nebraska and Iowa, General Equipment will sell, service and support Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment in Minnesota and North Dakota as well. Superior’s diverse, American-made product portfolio includes jaw, cone, HSI and VSI crushers; horizontal, inclined and grizzly feeding vibratory equipment; scrubbing, classifying, washing and dewatering solutions; plus unloading, transferring and stacking conveyors including the manufacturer’s famous TeleStacker® Conveyor.

“Superior has attracted many key industry engineers to their business, which is greatly advancing their product offering, quality and support,” says Don Kern, vice president of the dealer’s aggregates equipment sales. “They have diligently maintained an American-made, family-oriented, customer first philosophy that competing manufacturers have forgotten about.”

General Equipment and Supplies invested in their first Superior brand conveyor during the fall of 1982. It was a small 24” x 75’ radial stacker. Since then, the equipment dealer has ordered almost 2,500 more Superior manufactured machines including the largest buyer of TeleStacker Conveyors in the world. While the numbers are impressive, Superior says it shows General Equipment is exceptionally committed to having iron on the ground when their customers call.

Today, General Equipment & Supplies has ten branches throughout four Midwestern states. They boast a massive inventory of machinery and parts, dozens of skilled service technicians and an in-house financing department.

New Product Manager Further Increases Wet Processing Resources

Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce the appointment of Brett Casanova as its product manager for wet processing. He joins an extensive and diverse group of professionals at Superior who specialize in washing, classifying and dewatering technologies.

“Brett is an old farm kid with a strong work ethic that fits perfectly into our culture at Superior,” says Jarrod Felton, a senior vice president with the manufacturer. “We’re proud he’s a new member of our crew and look forward to rolling up our sleeves and solving wet processing challenges.”

As stated, Casanova is another addition to Superior’s growing group of wet processing personnel. He joins industry veterans like John Bennington, Dan Bradford and Ted Asrat to form one of the most experienced, hardest-working washing and classifying field teams in the industry. In his role as product manager, Brett will work closely with Superior’s product development process, support equipment sales and conduct voice of customer research to drive new products that ultimately lower cost per ton for aggregate producers.

Casanova comes to Superior after serving in a similar role for the last decade-and-half at Astec’s KPI-JCI operations in Yankton, South Dakota. He’s a graduate of nearby South Dakota State University where he earned a degree in mechanical engineering. Yankton is home for Brett and his young family.

McCourt Equipment Adds Crushing & Screening, Becomes Full Line Superior Dealer

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Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a growing partnership with its long-standing conveyor dealer, McCourt Equipment. In addition to conveyors, the Texas-based aggregate equipment dealer now represents Superior’s crushing, screening and washing equipment in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

“McCourt Equipment has a long history of supporting their customers with a strong inventory, application-experienced resources and responsive service,” said John Garrison, Superior’s vice president of sales. “There’s no better partner in the South Central United States to supply and support the market with these products than McCourt Equipment.”

In 2016-17 – after several acquisitions and some in-house design projects – Superior debuted a brand new group of crushing, screening and washing equipment. These products joined an existing and evolving conveyor and custom plant line to form a complete portfolio of aggregate processing and handling solutions from Rock Face to Load Out®. Products include jaw, cone, HSI and VSI crushers; horizontal, inclined and grizzly feeding vibratory equipment; scrubbing, classifying, washing and dewatering solutions; plus unloading, transferring and stacking conveyors.

“Our two brands align well because we’re highly focused on the needs of our customers and energized to do the right thing for them,” said Paul McCourt, president of McCourt Equipment.

Founded in 1999, McCourt Equipment is built on a foundation of generational experience in the aggregates industry. The dealer has quickly gained the respect of hundreds of producers because of its high energy, willingness to go the extra mile and respect for their customers’ pursuit of producing at the lowest cost per ton. McCourt Equipment is headquartered in LaGrange, Texas, with dozens of employees spread throughout the region.

Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a growing partnership with its long-standing conveyor dealer, McCourt Equipment. In addition to conveyors, the Texas-based aggregate equipment dealer now represents Superior’s crushing, screening and washing equipment in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

Evergreen Tractor & Kimball Equipment Team Up To Represent Superior In Northwest U.S.

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Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, announced a unique new partnership that will benefit construction aggregate producers in the Northwest United States. Evergreen Tractor is partnering with Kimball Equipment to represent Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment in Washington, Oregon and throughout Idaho’s panhandle.

Zipline Conveyors target bulk producers looking for overland conveyors that require little or no pre-engineering for express deliveries and are designed for quick assembly in the field. Today, with the addition of the “This new partnership pairs one of the most experienced and respected quarry suppliers in the country — Kimball Equipment — with Evergreen Tractor, one of the best service teams in the Pacific Northwest,” says Seth Wheeler, a territory manager at Superior Industries. “It combines know-how with getting it done.”

As Superior’s full line dealer, Evergreen Tractor will sell, service and support popular products like the TeleStacker® Conveyor, Patriot® Cone Crusher, Guardian® Horizontal Screen and Aggredry® Washer in additional to all other products in the manufacturer’s growing and energized crushing, screening, washing and conveying portfolio.

“Based on their new partnership, Evergreen Tractor will stock locally, have access to Kimball’s vast stock at nine other western branches and utilize the dealer’s unmatched engineering and application experience,” says Wheeler. “This will fuel Evergreen’s determination to help their customers succeed.”

Evergreen Tractor is one of the Northwest’s leading sales and rental companies of aggregate equipment, attachments and parts. The Seattle-based dealer has earned a strong reputation for rapid response, qualified service and excellent aftermarket support. Meanwhile, Superior Industries and Kimball Equipments’ relationship dates back to 2004. The Salt Lake City-based company is already the aggregate equipment company’s full line dealer in Utah, Arizona, Nevada and the southern two-thirds of Idaho.

Superior Invests in Manufacturer for Global Supply Chain

Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a new partnership with AMPCO Minerals. This investment furthers Superior’s goal to improve responsiveness, reliability and quality of its North American supply chain.

“It’s an investment in a team whose core members each have more than 30 years of experience developing crushing and screening technology for international markets,” says Jarrod Felton, president of Superior Industries. “These are accomplished professionals that people in our industry know and trust.”

Working in a brand new purpose-built factory in Shanghai, this fully-integrated partner will collaborate closely with Superior’s manufacturing efforts in North America, providing access to a dependable, high-quality supply chain.

Beyond North America, global customers will benefit from access to complete crushing, washing, screening and conveying machinery from Superior manufacturing operations located in the Eastern Hemisphere.

“Whether it’s application advice, service response or manufacturing efforts, our goal is to be closer to our customers,” says Felton. “This partnership allows us to continue improving our results for them.”

About Superior Industries, Inc.
From Rock Face to Load Out®, Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking bulk material processing and handling equipment and cutting-edge components. From its headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, USA, the manufacturer supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems and related parts for industries like aggregates, mining, bulk terminals, agriculture, power and biomass. In addition to its home plant, Superior operates from several other U.S. facilities and internationally-based plants in Canada, Brazil and China.

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Experienced Conveyor Components Salesman Joins Superior in Northeast U.S.

Morris, Minn. USA — Superior Industries Inc., a U.S. based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, says industry veteran Cary Octavio is its new territory sales manager for conveyor components in the Northeast United States. Octavio comes to Superior after almost 30-years of sales and service in bulk material handling markets.

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“Cary likes to get his hands dirty and comes to Superior with an incredible amount of technical conveying experience,” says Mike McFerren, the conveyor components sales manager at Superior Industries. “He’ll be an asset to our distribution partners and bulk material producers throughout the Northeast and will make our whole sales and service group better.”


To date, Octavio has spent the majority of his career with Fenner Dunlop Americas where he was in outside sales territory development and sales management. Most recently, he was vice president of sales at International Conveyor and Rubber, a Pennsylvania-based supplier of conveyor and rubber products and services. At Superior, Octavio will work with the manufacturer’s distribution partners from Maine to Virginia and all states between.

Octavio is a proud veteran of the United States Navy and currently lives in Western Pennsylvania with his wife and their teenage daughter. Additionally, he has two adult children. Away from work, Octavio enjoys fitness activities and has various roles in his church.

Superior Industries Seeks Distribution Partnerships at bauma 2019

Morris, Minn. USA — Superior Industries Inc., an American-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is seeking new relationships with construction equipment dealers and distributors at bauma 2019. Before the event, distribution representatives looking to meet with Superior at bauma are asked to complete an online form.
 
“Outside of the Americas, we’ve built successful distributor relationships in Australia, New Zealand, Russia and other regions,” says John Garrison, the manufacturer’s vice president of sales. “Our target at bauma will be dealers located in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).”
 
Late in 2016, Michael Dunne joined Superior as its first ever business development manager responsible for opportunities throughout the EMEA. The industry veteran – with experience inside Weir and Terex – has established a European-based entity for Superior and works closely with the manufacture’s product development team to establish design standards and unique features for the European market.
 
“At Superior, our dealers play a major role in our new product development process,” says Garrison. “We’re looking for partners who know their local market well and want to be served by a manufacturer who will custom design, build and relentlessly support equipment specific for the region and it’s dry bulk material producers.”
 
A dozen executives, product specialists and application experts will be available throughout the duration of bauma. Superior’s showcase will be located in Hall B2, stand 107.