Porter to distribute Terex trucks

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Terex Trucks TA400 articulated hauler The Terex trucks TA400 articulated hauler will now be available through Porter Group Terex Trucks TA400 articulated hauler

Terex Trucks has entered into a distribution agreement with equipment dealer Porter Group for the latter to sell Terex articulated haulers in Australia and New Zealand.


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Terex Trucks says it wants to gain a stronger foothold in the Oceania region and will distribute its Generation 10 TA400 and TA300 articulated dump trucks through Porter’s network of more than 35 branches across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

"Terex Trucks is excited to be part of this new journey of growth by partnering with Porter Group to serve the Australia and New Zealand markets," Terex Trucks APAC region sales and marketing director Clement Cheong says.

"With its extensive network of more than 35 branches in these countries, and its excellent reputation in the market for providing a total solution to its served segments, we are confident that Porter Group will bring the same success story to Terex Trucks."

Porter Group has recently built a new global headquarters in Hamilton, New Zealand, which includes workshops and a spare parts depot.

"Porter Equipment is delighted to represent Terex Trucks across Australia and New Zealand as we share Terex Trucks’ commitment to the brand’s success in the region," Porter Group sales and market general manager Darren Ralph says.

"Porter Equipment and Terex Trucks represent a formidable partnership in the supply and distribution of articulated dump trucks.

"Terex Trucks has a strong pedigree in design and manufacture of robust haulers, and Porter Equipment provides a distribution network in Oceania that dates back over 70 years," Ralph adds.

The TA400 and TA300 are heavy duty articulated haulers engineered for extreme operations such as large-scale construction projects, quarries and mine sites.

The TA300 is driven by a 5-cylinder 276kW Scania DC9 diesel, while its larger sibling gets a 6-cylinder 331kW Scania DC13.

The trucks’ cabs have been insulated to greatly reduce interior noise levels, and Terex says the redesigned instrument panel has been engineered specifically for maximum off-road productivity.

 

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