Rokbak has appointed TraxPlus as its newest new vendor in the USA.
Rokbak has welcomed one more motivated and extremely skilled U.S. vendor to the crew because it continues to spend money on supporting its articulated hauler customers all through the booming North American market.
The appointment of TraxPlus, which serves development and forestry clients throughout Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama, follows scorching on the heels of two current partnership bulletins with sellers masking Montana and Colorado, and Kansas and Missouri.
Primarily based in Mississippi, the place it has headquarters in Hickory, TraxPlus was based in 2013. The corporate has further amenities in Columbus and Summit, in addition to an workplace in Boyce, Louisiana and a newly-opened location in Bessemer, Ala. Initially specializing in supplying used development and forestry gear, it has since grown to change into one of many premier new and used gross sales and rental dealerships within the southeast portion of the nation.
With TraxPlus already serving clients starting from small personal contractors to massive contracting corporations, in addition to authorities entities, its new OEM companion might be of nice assist in attracting enterprise from extra of these larger outfits, stated Gross sales Supervisor Mark McGee.
“Our mission is to supply gear from the world’s main producers, so on the again of the expansion of our development and rental departments, we felt just like the addition of Rokbak’s articulated haulers can be an ideal match to increase our product choices,” stated McGee. “With some main tasks on the horizon, we anticipate demand for the rugged and dependable RA30 and RA40 to be by the roof.”
The Deep South guarantees very robust gross sales and rental alternatives for TraxPlus over the subsequent few years, with Mississippi having been allotted nearly $4.5 billion of the $1.2 trillion infrastructure invoice handed in November 2021. Of that, roughly $3.3 billion is prone to go in the direction of bettering roads and bridges, with one other $429 million being spent on water strains and pipes, $223 million on public transportation and $99 million on airports.
Louisiana will obtain roughly $7.25 billion, with round $5.8 billion of that earmarked for roads and bridges.
Maintain On Working
“We consider that our background in development and forestry makes us extra like our clients than every other vendor, so our dedication to them does not finish with the sale of a machine,” stated McGee. “To ensure we are able to develop our relationship as long-lasting companions, constructing our companies collectively, we’re dedicated to offering the best-in-class service and assist. Holding them operating is what we do.”
Of the 74 workers working throughout TraxPlus’s 4 full service amenities, 20 of them are extremely skilled technicians employed in cell service and upkeep roles. A full-service, 40,000 sq. ft. workshop in Hickory focuses on heavy gear and hydraulic restore, with overhead cranes of as much as 20 ton capability making certain that no job is just too huge.
“When your livelihood is determined by ensuring your gear stays in nice working order for years to return, you want entry to data and ability you possibly can depend on,” stated McGee. “So when that equipment gives the highest-possible reliability and lengthy service intervals, you are already off to an awesome head begin.”
“The appointment of TraxPlus reaffirms our dedication to strengthening our place throughout North America by partnering up with probably the most succesful and impressive sellers,” stated Robert Franklin, director of gross sales, Americas, at Rokbak.
“In such a powerful market — half of all 2022’s world gross sales of latest articulated haulers are anticipated to happen in North America — our machines are in excessive demand, however partnering with sellers that supply the highest-possible ranges of after-sales service to our clients is what is going to make the distinction to us all in the long run.”
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