Terex Parts - Terex Forklifts stands by their mission to provide a dependable and cost effective product line. They take pleasure in developing equipment that improves their customers' return on investment. Through many divestures and acquisitions intended to expand the product offering, Terex has recently expanded dramatically. They have improved their geographic coverage to enable them to present quality standards and value for their broad client base.
Remaining a competitive player in the mechanized equipment sector, Terex is forming a franchise under the Terex name brand. The company is incorporating their earlier brand names for some of their components in conjunction business the Terex brand for a smooth transition process. Currently, Terex goods are principally marketed under the Terex brand name. Several of the following historic brand names and transitional names include: ATC, Amida, American Truck Company, American, Advance, Bartell, Benford, Bendini, Bid-Well, CMI, CMI-Cifali, CMI Johnson-Ross, Cedarapids, Canica, Comedil, Demag, ELJay, Franna, Fermac, Finlay, Fuchs, Genie, Hi-Ranger, Jaques, Load King, Morrison, O&K, Peiner, PPM, Powerscreen, Pegson, Reedrill, Schaeff, Simplicity, Standard Havens, Tatra, TerexLift, Telelect and Unit Rig.
Terex has shown steady development, buying PPM Cranes, in 1995 while divesting Clark Material Handling in 1995. In 1997 Terex acquires Telelect and Simon-RO. BPI Handlers in Baraga, Michigan is also acquired this same year.
Terex quickly grew their mining and Crane business with the acquisition of O&K mining, TerexLift, Gru Comedil, American Crane and Peiner. A Light Construction business soon followed in 1999 when Terex acquired Amida, Bartell and Benford. They soon became a leader within the crushing and screening market by acquiring Cedarapids, Powerscreen, BL Pegson, Re-Tech, and Finlay. Franna, Kooi and Princeton crane companies were also added to Terex in 1999.
By the year 2000, Terex extended into the Compact Equipment market, acquiring Fermac who is a producer specializing in tractor loader backhoes. Their Light Construction operations continued to expand operations with the acquisition of Coleman Engineering. This same year, Terex divested Moffett, Kooi and Princeton.
Terex beefed up its Roadbuilding division in 2001, operations with the acquisitions of Bid-well, Load King, CMI, Jaques and Atlas.
A couple of of the purchases that took place in 2002 made it easier for Terex to develop into a leader in their respective categories. Advance Mixer helped drive Terex into the concrete mixing industry, while Demag helped Terex Cranes become a leader in the crane market. Buying German suppliers Fuchs and Schaeff positioned Terex in a top position in the Compact Equipment category. Genie became a principal maker of Aerial Work Platforms. This busy year was completed business with the purchases of EPAC and Pacific Utility, which provided company-owned distribution for Terex Utilities.
A company called Tatra was acquired in 2003. This company produced heavy duty vehicles for armed forces and off-road industrial applications. Buying Combatel and Commercial Body the same year enabled Terex to continue to expand its company-owned Terex Utilities supply.
In the year 2004, Terex purchased a manufacturer of surface drilling equipment utilized in mining, construction and utility industries, called Reedrill. Also in the same year, Noble CE (formerly referred to as Terex Mexico) was acquired by Terex. They design high capacity surface mining vehicles and also manufacture numerous components for other Terex companies.
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