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E-Crane and Ingeber complete representative agreement for Latin America

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CEO of E-Crane, Steve Osborne, said: “we are very pleased to have Ingeber as our partner in South America."

E-Crane International has reached a commercial representative agreement for Latin America with Ingeber SRL in Rosario, Argentina.

Ingeber will be responsible for the marketing and support of E-Crane products in Argentina and the region of influence. Following receiving training at the E-Crane facilities in the US, Ingeber is able to offer E-crane’s existing and future clients technical support.

The representative agreement contract was signed by Steve Osborne and Steve Suter on behalf of E-Crane® and Germán Bertolo of Ingeber SRL.

This agreement reflects E-Crane’s desire to have a greater presence in the region. The partnership with Ingeber indicates E-Crane’s commitment to provide comprehensive and innovative solutions in the handling of bulk materials to new potential customers.

The CEO of E-Crane, Steve Osborne, said: “we are very pleased to have Ingeber as our partner in South America. Germán brings a strong technical background and experience in the unloading of barges, a key market segment in the important regions of the Paraná River, the River Uruguay and Plate River Basin.”

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/18032016/e-crane-and-ingeber-complete-representative-agreement-for-latin-america/

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