Terex Ecotec expands in Canada with Frontline Machinery
May 20, 2021
By Terex Ecotec
Frontline Machinery will now represent Terex Ecotec across the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan in addition to their current territory of Ontario and Manitoba. Based out of Chilliwack, British Columbia, Frontline is expanding their service footprint with a new branch in Woodstock, Ont.
Terex Ecotec’s product portfolio consists of shredders, trommel screens, recycling screens, metal separators, and conveyors. Recent innovations such as the TDS 825 Slow Speed Shredder, TSS 390 Slow Speed Shredder, TMS 320 Metal Separator, and TTS 518 Trommel Screen are only a few recent additions to their complete product line. Behind an aggressive research and development strategy, Terex Ecotec offers a full product portfolio that meets the needs of Canada’s recycling professionals.
Terex’s environmental equipment offerings have seen considerable investment and new product development in recent years. In the spring of 2019, Terex unveiled a new 105,000 square foot facility in Campsie, Northern Ireland to meet the global needs of environmental markets.
The expansion of Frontline’s footprint and Ecotec’s product line comes at a time of rapid evolution and growth in Canada’s waste and organic recycling sectors. Based on tonnage, organic residuals represent the highest volume of recycled material in the country. According to a recent survey by the Compost Council of Canada, the national diversion total of organic waste has grown exponentially from 275,000 tonnes in 1992/1993 to 5.3 million tonnes annually.
“Frontline Machinery is a proven dealership in the heavy equipment industry and has already been an outstanding ambassador of Terex’s environmental brands,” said George Wilcox, director of sales and marketing at CBI and Terex Ecotec. “Expanding Frontline’s Ecotec presence ensures that customers benefit from their extensive parts inventory, responsive service, and knowledgeable team. The added provinces bring their Ecotec territory into alignment with their CBI territory.”
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