Astec AggReCon West now part of KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens dealer network
Astec AggReCon West is the newest member of the KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens United States dealer network.
The company, headquartered in Eugene, Ore., brings a strong background in the aggregate and mining industries as it begins marketing the KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens product lines in Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Alaska.
Astec AggReCon West is a full-service operation that sells all parts and equipment as well as provides service and maintenance to its designated territory. It is a one-stop dealer for all parts and equipment related to processing crushed aggregates, sand and gravel, coal, slag and recycled concrete and asphalt.
“We are very pleased to have Astec AggReCon West in our network,” said Mike Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens. “With the leadership of its general manager, Jeff Schwarz, and his extensive background in the industry and experience in our products, we feel that this entity is a perfect fit.”
Astec AggReCon West’s team of employees includes Schwarz as general manager; Steve Vetter and Sean Sullivan, mobile service technicians; Service Manager Ian Pendergrass; Dave Mael, territory sales manager for Oregon and Alaska; Stretch Payne, product support representative for Washington and Hawaii; Unajean Peaks, KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens parts director; Don Mueller, territory sales manager for Washington and Hawaii; Bud Marriot, parts department; and Debbie McCrory, administrative assistant.
Astec AggReCon West will immediately begin servicing the states of Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Alaska for all portable and stationary crushing and screening product needs.
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