HARTL CRUSHER with a new US subsidiary

HARTL Engineering & Marketing GmbH announces the formation of HARTL CRUSHER NORTH AMERICA LLC, based in Henderson, Nevada, on August 19th 2015. Martin Hartl was appointed as Vice President (Fig.). The new US company is a 100 % subsidiary of the Austrian-based innovator of high mobile crushing and screening equipment – better known under the name HARTL CRUSHER. The company provides an exceptional product portfolio of bucket crushers and screeners.

Based in Henderson the company will support and service existing and new customers and dealers in the United States of America and Canada. With the aim of offering the best market products through a selected dealer network, backed up by professional factory support, a central spare parts depot, training centre and demo area will be created.

www.hartl-crusher.com

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