Terex Roadbuilding announces Armstrong Equipment, Inc. as an authorized full line equipment distributor for its asphalt paving and production, concrete paving and production, and landfill compaction equipment. Headquartered in Miami, Fla., Armstrong Equipment now offers contractors and producers local sales, parts and service support throughout its contracted territory, which encompasses southern Dade and Monroe counties and extends to the Florida Keys.
"Road and highway construction remains strong in this key market, and Armstrong Equipment gives us a distributor who has successfully supported producers and contractors for more than 30 years," says Julio Valladares, director of distribution for Terex Roadbuilding. "With its fabrication and parts center in Miami, Armstrong has earned a reputation for delivering a superior level of service support for its customers."
The Terex Roadbuilding product line features innovative designs to improve operating efficiency and profitability. The mobile asphalt line includes a broad selection of reclaimer/stabilizer, milling and paving equipment. The paver line offers a choice of traditional slat or Remix Anti-Segregation auger delivery systems, and it boasts the exclusive Terex CR662RM RoadMix paver/material transfer vehicle, which increases machine utilization to save paving contractors money. For road rehabilitation, the new Terex RS950B Reclaimer/Stabilizer boasts 30% more horsepower than any competitive machine in the market, resulting in increased productivity levels.
The asphalt plant offering features super-portable, portable and relocatable plant designs, with production capabilities ranging from 100 to 500 TPH. The Terex E100P delivers big plant features in a single/dual load counterflow drum mix design, capable of being mobilized in two days. The Terex Warm Mix Asphalt system features a single-point injection system to lower mix temperatures by up to 90° F, reducing fuel costs, lowering emissions and saving money.
For concrete contractors, Armstrong Equipment now offers the Terex SF2204HVW hydraulic variable width paver, providing width changes from 8-ft 4-in to 20 ft in a matter of minutes, not days. The Series 6 paving kit for traditional slipform pavers features a "Stongbox" design, wedge-and-pin locking system, and precision machining to reduce width change time to just a few hours. Ready-mix concrete producers have access to the Terex Rustler and Terex Bandit models, legendary for their portability and flexibility to meet producers' needs.
"As a current Terex crushing and screening equipment distributor, we know and serve the same customers who rely on road-building equipment as part of their business," says Chris Armstrong, marketing manager for Armstrong Equipment. "Adding the extensive Terex Roadbuilding line will allow us to supply our customers with more solutions and a complete package of equipment options to efficiently complete projects on time and within budget."
A leader in the sales of aggregate machinery since 1978, Armstrong Equipment serves the aggregate and construction markets with a broad range of crushing, screening, feeding, production, paving and road rehabilitation equipment. With its Miami fabrication center, the distributor offers a complete package of rebuild, fabrication, parts and maintenance services.
For more information visit www.terexrb.com.