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ProStack appoints Mycsa Mulder as authorised distributor

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ProStack is delighted to announce Mycsa Mulder as the authorised distributor for Spain and Portugal. Mycsa Mulder will represent the full ProStack portfolio of bulk material handling and product stockpiling conveying equipment across the two countries.

ProStack offers a comprehensive portfolio of products to address the needs of the bulk material handling and product stockpiling markets. Key markets and applications include aggregate, mining, recycling, agriculture, ports and terminals, and many other bulk material handling industries. The ever-growing range of ProStack machines include tracked and telescopic conveyors and bulk reception feeders.

Mycsa Mulder was founded in 1977 by Hans Mulder and represents a large portfolio of brands. A leader in the lifting and handling industry, the company currently has over 60 000 m2 of facilities and more than 200 employees. Lee Nesbitt, ProStack Global Sales Manager said “We are delighted to welcome Mycsa Mulder to the ProStack family and have them represent our brand in Spain and Portugal. Mycsa Mulder has decades of experience in the industry and I am confident that we will make an excellent team to grow our brand’s presence in this region of the world.”

Commenting on their recent appointment, André Melo, Mycsa Mulder said, “Here at Mycsa Mulder we pride ourselves in representing quality brands therefore ProStack is an obvious addition to our portfolio. We are excited to see where this partnership will take us and provide a superior product to our customers.”

In addition to sales opportunities, Mycsa Mulder will provide parts, service and warranty support for ProStack equipment by factory-trained technicians. Financing options will also be available to qualified customers.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/26012021/prostack-appoints-mycsa-mulder-as-authorised-distributor/

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