Brasil Máquinas de Construção (BMC) has been appointed the authorized Link-Belt crane distributor for Brazil according to Roy Burger, manager, international sales at Link-Belt Construction Equipment Co., Lexington, Ky.
BMC was founded in 2007 and has developed a deep knowledge of the Brazilian construction market. The company is completely integrated to deliver service, parts, accessories, and equipment across Brazil. It also offers training and custom technical support to create a close, reliable relationship with customers. By offering top quality products and service excellence, BMC has established a new paradigm in quality and productivity in the Brazilian construction industry.
"BMC's proven service excellence and financial strength is a welcome addition to what we believe is the strongest crane dealer network in the industry," said Burger. "Their resources and understanding of the Brazilian market will give our customers the most comprehensive service and support."
"The partnership with Link-Belt comes at a special time when many infrastructure projects are being demanded in Brazil. BMC will focus its efforts on product support, relying on its network of distributors and dealers across the country and its large sales force to maximize the success of both companies in the Brazilian market. We are proud and excited to contribute to the long history of Link-Belt cranes," said Felipe Cavalieri, president and CEO of BMC.
In other news, Link-Belt, in conjunction with BMC, will show the 50-metric ton 108 HYLAB 5 lattice-boom crawler crane, the 60-metric ton RTC-8065 Series II rough-terrain crane, and the 85-metric ton HTT-86100 truck crane in outdoor booth number 11 on W Street at the M&T Expo from May 29 to June 2 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.