James River Equipment will offer, service, and support US-based Superior’s full line of crushing equipment, conveyors, horizontal and inclined vibratory screens, and solutions for washing, classifying, scrubbing and dewatering. The companies will work together to tailor designs to each customer in stationary, modular, or portable applications.
“We have so much in common with James River and that’s going to make this partnership such a valuable resource for the region’s aggregate producers,” said Scott Gulan, Superior equipment sales manager. “We’re excited to visit all the quarries in the area and introduce our relentlessly supported processing and handling equipment.”
The two companies says their new venture will showcase the similarities and qualities they share, including exceptional customer service and investment in employees.
“While we have been engaged in mobile crushing and screening plants for the last ten years, Superior gives us the opportunity to offer customers first-class products that we haven’t had in our portfolio,” said John Grantier, vice president of sales for James River. “We think it is going to be a game-changer and allow us to truly be a “one-stop shop” for our material processing customers.”
In 1977, the Romer Family purchased their first John Deere dealership in Virginia, creating James River Equipment. Under the leadership of Mark Romer and other operational partners, they have grown to over 40 locations in the Virginias and Carolinas.