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Superior expands partnership with General Equipment & Supplies

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Superior Industries Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, has expanded its partnership with its long-time dealer, General Equipment & Supplies Inc.

The Midwestern distributor of aggregate and construction equipment now exclusively represents Superior brand crushing, vibratory and washing equipment in Iowa and Nebraska. The new processing agreement is in addition to representing Superior’s conveying equipment throughout the Upper Midwest.

“We’re excited to grow our relationship with the dedicated team at General Equipment in the Iowa and Nebraska markets,” said John Garrison, vice president of sales at Superior. “General Equipment has been a long-term partner of ours and shares our passion for great customer service and support.”

In addition to conveying equipment, such as the TeleStacker® conveyor and RazerTail® truck unloader, General Equipment & Supplies now sells and services emerging, American-made processing machinery including Superior’s jaws, cones and VSI crushers, horizontal and inclined screens, washing screws, dewatering screens and fines processing systems. From Rock Face to Load Out™, General Equipment & Supplies is equipped to be a single source supplier of portable and stationary processing and handling equipment for Superior in Iowa and Nebraska.

“With all the growing tools and resources Superior offers and our talented and dedicated team of sales, service and parts personnel, we are ready and eager to visit new and existing operations and help them become more effective and efficient material producers,” stated Micah Tysver, Aggregate Sales Manager at General Equipment and Supplies.

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