Terex Towers with Arcomet in Germany
Terex Cranes names Arcomet as Tower Cranes Distributor in Germany. Steve Filipov (President, Terex Cranes), Philippe Cohet (CEO, Arcomet), Marco Gentilini (Vice President & General Manager,Terex Cranes) Photograph – Terex
Date 24 September 2018
Terex Cranes announces Arcomet as its authorized distributor for tower cranes in Germany. Arcomet will provide equipment sales for the full range of Terex flat top and luffing jib tower cranes.
Arcomet has local offices in Zülpich near Cologne, Niemegk near Berlin and Negenborn near Hannover in order to be closer to local customers. Arcomet also significantly invested in experienced sales forces for the German market which puts them in a position to serve German customers in the best possible way.
“We are more than proud to have Arcomet as our distributor in Germany,” says Marco Gentilini, Vice President & General Manager for Terex Cranes. “Arcomet grew out to be the largest independent tower crane rental company in the world, has one of the strongest experiences in the construction industry, and has earned a solid reputation.” He adds: “With their investment in Germany into multiple locations, service technicians and parts stock, I believe that our product range paired with Arcomet’s capabilities will meet our German customers’ needs.”
“We are very excited about our distributorship with Terex Cranes, they have been a long standing partner which we fully trust,” says Sven Vrancken, Commercial Director for Arcomet. He adds: “Their wide range of products, their ability to act quickly as well as their outstanding application engineering make me confident that Terex Cranes and Arcomet will together be able to make our German customers successful.”
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