Lyle Machinery, of Richland, Mississippi, is the latest addition to the Terramac LLC North American dealer network.
This latest addition provides Terramac with a direct route to market its RT9 rubber track crawler carrier in Alabama, the Florida Panhandle, Mississippi and Northern Louisiana, this partnership with Lyle Machinery represents a key step in Terramac’s goal to become a global leader in crawler carrier sales and marketing.
“The professionalism and integrity at Lyle Machinery shines through in everything they do, and we are proud that they have chosen to carry the Terramac RT9 crawler carrier,” said Mike Crimaldi, CEO of Terramac LLC. “Their team brings a very solid reputation to the market through their comprehensive coverage of customers’ needs.”
Throughout its history, Lyle Machinery has been focused on meeting customer needs through a wide range of equipment, parts, service and support. The company offers new and pre-owned equipment, equipment rentals, financing and support.
“We were very attracted to the Terramac RT9 crawler carrier, and we know our customers share our attraction,” said Stephen Lutz, allied sales manager, Lyle Machinery. “We firmly believe in offering better products, better service and true partnerships. We believe in the Terramac brand and we see the commitment in this partnership to give our customers everything they deserve.”
With an operating weight of 26,000 pounds and a maximum carrying capacity of 18,000 pounds, the Terramac RT9 is the largest mid-sized rubber track carrier that does not require special oversize permitting to transport the machine.
Equipped with front and rear bolt-on connections, this multi-purpose carrier can accommodate various types of specialized equipment for the job at hand.
Available for sale or rent, the Terramac RT9 crawler carrier can be ordered from the factory with the correct body configuration to accept custom accessories. For more information on the Terramac RT9, or to schedule a demonstration, visit terramac.com.Tags: crawler carrier, Lyle Machinery, Terramac