Multiquip, Stow Add Dealers in South Africa

Multiquip last week announced it added three dealers in South Africa, bringing to four the number of outlets carrying MQ and Stow Construction Equipment products across the country. Ian Dickie & Co., Lambson's Hire and Sales, and PowerBase CC are the newest additions to a growing dealer network that now sells equipment in more than 60 countries. Ian Dickie & Co. carries Multiquip’s Whiteman Series ride-on and walk-behind trowels, screeds, and several of Multiquip’s dewatering pump models. The dealership is located in Cape Town and operated by Iain Fraser and Tasneem Bedford. Lambson’s Hire and Sales, in the Johannesburg suburb of Benrose, stocks Multiquip concrete and plaster/mortar mixers, power buggies and Night Hawk light towers. The dealership is directed by CEO Rohan Lambson. PowerBase, under the management of Mike and Eldrid Laurenson, carries several lines of Stow saws, including the new CS Series pavement saw. Powerbase is located in Cape Town. In 2005, Johannesburg’s Rockcrete Equipment became Multiquip’s first South Africa-based dealer. Director Mike Treges represents the Mayco line of concrete pumps, including the C-30 and LS Series hydraulic models. The new South African dealers are an integral part of Multiquip's global growth. Since the early 1990s, the company has continued its rapid worldwide expansion with dealers serving contractors and builders in a diverse group of industries. In addition to its Carson, Calif., headquarters, Multiquip offices are located in Manchester, England; Laval, Canada; Guadalajara, Mexico; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and Shanghai, China. Multiquip is a supplier of compaction equipment, concrete and masonry cutting, placing and finishing products, generators, welders, dewatering pumps, lighting systems and other construction equipment.

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