RubbleCrusher Welcomes Its First North American Dealer

SOURCE: RubbleCrusher | April 28, 2023

Hollidaysburg, Pa., – RubbleCrusher is pleased to welcome Sound Heavy Machinery as its newest dealer partner. Sound Heavy Machinery will sell and distribute RubbleCrusher’s line of crushing equipment for the aggregates and recycling industries throughout North and South Carolina.

“We are extremely excited to represent RubbleCrusher because of the quality of its equipment and compatibility with our current product portfolio,” said Mark Bobo, Owner of Sound Machinery. “Our mission is to serve our customer base with a total package of new and used equipment, rentals, and service, so Rubble Crusher fills a unique market gap for us and will be an ideal complement to our other McLanahan brand, Anaconda Equipment – makers of a complete range of track-mounted crushers, screeners and conveyors.”

Sound Heavy Machinery was founded in 2010 by Bobo and has shown steady growth since then. The Wilmington, N.C., firm offers other name-brand equipment such as Anaconda, AUSA, ASV, XL Specialized Trailers, Loftness, and Steel Systems Installation. Besides renting equipment and selling new and used parts, SHM has a vibrant service department that services all makes and models of equipment for both the field and its service shop.

“Sound Heavy Machinery is a well-known dealer in the Carolinas and mid-Atlantic who has made great strides in growing its customer base and services despite challenging market conditions the past few years,” said David MacLynn, RubbleCrusher’s Regional Sales Manager. “Besides a good relationship with McLanahan, Mark and his staff took the time to understand the market and its customers so they are now poised to be a leader in their markets. We feel like our products will speed up the aggressive growth plans both organizations are implementing.”

RubbleCrusher offers compact crushing and screening equipment across various industries allowing for on-site recycling of C&D waste materials that help in creating a circular economy and working toward zero waste.

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