Link-Belt Adds South African Distributor

By Laura Hatton17 April 2015

Link-Belt Construction Equipment has appointed Eqstra Industrial Equipment (EIE) of South Africa as Link-Belt distributor for 17 countries in Africa.

EIE is headquartered in Johannesburg and serves several areas throughout Africa. It will provide sales, parts, and service support.

Roy Burger, Link-Belt international sales manager, said, “We believe that when you invest in a Link-Belt crane, you invest in outstanding customer support. As a result, we are delighted to enter into this agreement with Eqstra Heavy Equipment, whose philosophy of building lifetime partnerships with their customers underscores our vision to be a leader in customer service and satisfaction.”

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