Terex Corp. last week announced that SES Inc. is now a full-line distributor of Terex compact construction equipment and Terex Fuchs material handlers at its three locations in the Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana areas. The Terex compact equipment line includes 45 product models including compact track loaders, skid steers, loader backhoes, wheel loaders and excavators. The Terex Fuchs line includes tracked and wheeled material handlers with operating weights that range from 41,888 to 145,505 pounds and reach ranging from 30 to 68 feet.
“We are pleased to welcome SES as a Terex equipment distributor,” said Dean Barley, vice president and general manager, Terex Construction Americas and Global Aftermarket. “With their reputation for excellence, Terex is privileged to have such a well-known, well-respected equipment distributor representing our products and services to customers in the Greater Chicago and Gary, Ind., area.”
SES was founded in 1968 by Steve Martines as Steve's Equipment Service, with a focus of providing the customer with exemplary service for their equipment. Today, SES provides sales, rentals, parts and service of equipment to professional contractors, municipalities and government agencies, as well as customers in specialty markets such as scrap, recycling, demolition and snow and ice management.
“We believe that we perform a unique role in developing equipment solutions for our customers that reduce manpower, increase productivity and promote the best service,” said Bob Jones, SES vice president of sales. “The Terex compact equipment and Terex Fuchs material handler lines are a natural fit for our markets and expertise. With all our years of industry experience, and the right equipment available from manufacturers like Terex, we offer our customers custom-tailored solutions to meet their business requirements.”
SES is headquartered in West Chicago, Ill. For more information, visit sesequip-chicago.com/.
Terex Corp. manufactures equipment for the construction, infrastructure, quarrying, mining, shipping, transportation, refining, energy, utility and manufacturing industries.