Allu host successful factory tour for North American dealer

27 June 2017
Allu factory tour

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 – 10:50

Event in Finland allows distributors ECA to see the company’s manufacturing operation and world-class facilities at first hand 

EQUIPMENT attachment specialists Allu recently hosted a factory tour and demonstration event in Finland for their North American distributors, Equipment Corporation of America (ECA).

With nine facilities located in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and Toronto, ECA are able to supply a portfolio of specialist equipment designed to meet the very specific needs of their customers. 

In order to provide more advanced equipment solutions, ECA expanded their offering to drilling and pile driving contractors by supplying the PMX power mixer and PF pressure feeder soil stabilization systems from Allu. The agreement gives ECA exclusive rights to sell and rent these systems in the eastern US and eastern Canadian provinces.

The products, which includes pressure feeders, power mixers, control systems and 3D positioning systems, are designed for use on excavators to provide mass stabilization of low-quality soil. 

‘Having ECA as our stabilization equipment distributor will provide end-users with the best service in the industry, specialized knowledge and the finest equipment for soil stabilization and remediation,’ said Edgar Chavez, president of Allu North America. ‘ECA and Allu share the same values when it comes to business ethics, customer satisfaction and retention, so this is an excellent partnership and we are excited to work with ECA as our long-term partner.’

Leading members of the ECA management team embarked on a visit to Finland to see how the Allu equipment is manufactured at first hand.   

‘Although their schedule was busy, and their stay short, we were delighted to host our colleagues from ECA,’ said Marjut Lindroos marketing manager for Allu. ‘During our factory tour we were able to show ECA that the Allu equipment is manufactured to the very highest standards.’