CablePrice adds McCloskey to its stable of brands

Posted on: Friday, 3 August 2018

Screening and crushing industry leader McCloskey International has welcomed CablePrice (NZ) to its global network of distributors for McCloskey equipment.  CablePrice will serve New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia and Tonga.

McCloskey designs and manufactures innovative crushers, screeners, stacking conveyors and washing systems. Their equipment is used in industries including aggregate and quarrying, mining, construction and demolition, waste management and recycling, and landscaping and composting.

The McCloskey dealership was formalised at global quarring, construction and recycling expo, Hillhead 2018, in Buxton UK.

“The strength of our CablePrice brand comes not only from demanding the highest level of service and assistance for our customers, but also from the world leading brands and products we support. Hitatchi, John Deere, Bell, Montabert, Scania and Isuzu are among the most identifiable brands in the world, and we are excited to add McCloskey International to our stable. All these brands have proud and strong reputations in their fields of expertise,” said Pat Ward, Managing Director and COO of CablePrice.

“Our companies and customers will benefit from having access to McCloskey products at this time. With the current economic growth, and signals from the Government and the private sector that they will continue to invest heavily in infrastructure, we anticipate strong growth in the aggregate sector. The focus on developments including Roads of National Significance (RoNS) and improving regional links will reflect strong growth numbers through 2019 and beyond.”

Paschal McCloskey, President and CEO, McCloskey International, said having CablePrice on board strengthened its global distribution network.

“New Zealand is a market with huge potential, particularly in quarrying and recycling. This presents some unique and exciting possibilities that we anticipate will contribute to our growth. CablePrice has excellent relationships with both the public and private sectors, and working together will benefit not only our companies but, more importantly, their customers.”

Headquartered in Wellington, CablePrice’s nationwide network of 15 branches, dealers and service centres offers expertise in the transport, rural contracting, construction, forestry, mining, and drilling industries. CablePrice (NZ) Limited dates back to 1951 when two companies, A & G Price and William Cable Ltd merged their merchandising interests.

Find out more information on McClockey machinery.