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Superior and CMS Cepcor create crusher parts partnership

Superior Industries Inc, a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk materials processing and handling systems, has entered into a strategic partnership with Europe’s largest manufacturer of aftermarket crusher parts.

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Superior and CMS Cepcor create crusher parts partnership

For more than 40 years, CMS Cepcor has manufactured premium crusher spares for more than three dozen active and classic brands throughout Europe. The parts manufacturer recently expanded its global footprint with its launch of CMS Cepcor Americas.

 

From its US headquarters in Pekin, Illinois, CMS Cepcor Americas will stock, sell and service aftermarket parts throughout North and South America. In addition to the greater market, it will work closely with Superior to supply crushing equipment spares to Superior’s growing group of crushing dealers and customers.

 

“We have assembled a talented team of industry veterans who understand what it means to serve customers with high quality products backed by timely support,” said Doug Parsons, president of CMS Cepcor Americas.

 

“Personally, my relationship with Superior goes back two decades and our trust and confidence in each other runs deep. We’re excited to fill a gap in the market where customers are not being supported to the level they require.”

 

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