Keestrack expands in Baltic region

By Leila Steed01 October 2019

Keestrack's all-electric curshers and screeners in operations

Keestrack’s full range will be offered by new dealer Paekivitoodete Tehas

Equipment manufacturer Keestrack has appointed building materials supplier Paekivitoodete Tehas as its new dealer for Estonia and Latvia.

The new dealership will provide sales for Keestrack’s entire range of equipment and offer project support and technical services from its main site in the Väo area of Tallinn, Estonia.

According to Keestrack, the materials supplier also plans to establish a rental fleet. Paekivitoodete Tehas will offer Keestrack products suitable for a variety of applications and project needs, in order to provide flexible customer support in both Estonia and Latvia.

Kuldar Õunapuu, CEO of Paekivitoodete Tehas, said the decision to become a Keestrack dealer came as a result of its own experience with manufacturer’s equipment. The materials supplier, which is said to have developed its own environmentally friendly mining processes, commissioned a Keestrack impact crusher R6e and a classifier C6e for the processing line at its Väo quarry.

Kuldar said: “Implementing that project, which sets standards far beyond the Baltic region in terms of production rates, mobile design and, above all, efficient and safe all-electric operation, we’ve got convinced about the innovative solutions and high quality of the Keestrack technology.”

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