McLanahan welcomes Engecampo as its newest partner
Published by Stephanie Roker,
McLanahan Corporation is pleased to welcome Engecampo as its newest partner. Engecampo will sell and distribute McLanahan’s line of mineral processing solutions, including feeding, crushing, dewatering, sampling and scrubbing equipment throughout Brazil.
“We are delighted to be partnered with such a highly respected local organisation, and we know that Engecampo shares our passion for customer service and quality,” said Chris Knowles, Director of Sales and Marketing, McLanahan Corporation – Australia.
“We are very excited about the opportunity to be working with Engecampo. As a long established family business, our two company’s values, philosophies and responsibilities to our customers are very much aligned. Engecampo has a long history of delivering successful outcomes, through first class value and solid engineering to the Brazilian market. McLanahan is very much looking forward to supporting customers through Engecampo,” said Neil Hunt, Managing Director, McLanahan Corporation – Australia.
Founded in 1987, Engecampo is one of the largest players in the Brazilian market, providing engineering services and products for a variety of industries, including mineral processing. This partnership combines both companies’ expertise and industry experience to further help customers achieve the maximum levels of productivity and efficiency.
“This increase in our portfolio aims to serve our customers in complete plant solutions and mineral processing projects, with more competitiveness in EPC's, Global Value Projects and equipment, with spare parts and local technical assistance,” said Luiz Eduardo Mundstock, CEO of Engecampo Engenharia S/A.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/16092019/mclanahan-welcomes-engecampo-as-its-newest-partner/
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