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New SA distributor for top earthmoving brand

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KEMACH Equipment is now the appointed South African partner to Liebherr for the sales and aftersales service of construction and earthmoving machinery.

That’s according to Les Lothian, CEO of Kemach Equipment, who said, “Our experienced sales team is now equipped to provide current and future customers with a 360-degree solution to construction and earthmoving needs with the strong product line that Liebherr is bringing to us”.

Tendayi Kudumba, General Manager – Earthmoving at Liebherr-Africa, described Liebherr and Kemach as two household names in the earthmoving equipment industry. “We will leverage each other’s strengths to provide customers in South Africa with a high-end product that is backed by unparalleled aftersales support,” he said.

As part of the distributorship agreement, Kemach will distribute the full Liebherr range of earthmoving equipment, including excavators (20 – 100 t), wheel loaders (10,4 – 25 t), dozers (20 – 73 t) and a line of telescopic handlers.

Lothian said that with over 70 years of machinery development and building across more than 10 industries, Liebherr products are a vital addition to the Kemach Equipment family. “With this partnership, Kemach Equipment can continue with its promise to be the best business decision for its customers.”

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