NEWTON, NH – Powerscreen Michiana will now represent Terex Ecotec in the state of Michigan. The organization will immediately assume responsibility for sales, rentals, service, and parts related to Terex Ecotec equipment.
Established in 1985 and formally known as Powerscreen of Indiana, Powerscreen Michiana is locally owned and operated by David Summer and Bryan Shutt. The team has decades of experience in serving the quarrying, mining, construction, demolition, and recycling industries. Over the years, their expertise in mobile equipment has brought significant value to their customers.
“We look forward to adding Powerscreen Michiana to Terex Ecotec’s growing distributor network in North America,” said George Wilcox, sales and marketing director at CBI and Terex Ecotec. “Powerscreen Michiana will bring a dedicated and focused service capacity to customers in the state of Michigan.”
Terex’s environmental equipment offerings have seen considerable investment and new product development in recent years. In the Spring of 2019, Terex unveiled a new 105,000 square foot facility in Campsie, Northern Ireland to meet the global needs of environmental markets.
Terex Ecotec’s product portfolio consists of shredders, trommel screens, recycling screens, metal separators, and conveyors. Recent innovations such as the TDS 825 Slow Speed Shredder, TSS 390 Slow Speed Shredder, TMS 320 Metal Separator, and TTS 518 Trommel Screen are only a few recent additions to their complete product line. Learn more at www.terex.com/ecotec.