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The Concord, North Carolina-based SMH Group US has added Chadwick-BaRoss, which has eight locations in New England, to its dealer network for Atlas material handlers in North America.

“We are excited to add such a reputable and experienced dealer to the network,” remarks Tom Hickson, general manager of the SMH Group.

Chadwick-BaRoss is a heavy equipment dealer with a customer base that includes general contractors, mining and quarrying companies and firms in the utility, industrial and forestry sectors. The new partnership with SMH Group and Atlas means Chadwick-BaRoss can work more closely with scrap processors and port material handling firms, say the companies.

From its eight locations in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, Volvo Construction Equipment is the main product line offered by Chadwick-BaRoss. “The Atlas brand of material handlers will make an excellent addition to Chadwick-BaRoss’s already large and diverse fleet,” states SMH Group.

Based in northern Germany, Atlas has been manufacturing equipment for more than 100 years. Its material handler line includes mobile industrial machines and industrial tracked machines, operating in applications handling scrap metal, wood, bulky goods, other recyclables and in port and vacuum operations.

SMH Group US offers equipment for port, scrap metal, demolition, waste and recycling and other applications. In addition to Chadwick-Baross, other distributors in its North American network include Linder Industrial Machinery for Florida, North and South Carolina plus Coastal Georgia; New Millennium Rentals for New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland; ROMCO Equipment for Texas; 5-R Enterprises for Illinois and Northwest Indiana; and Cowin Equipment for Alabama and Western Georgia.

Hickson says SMH Group is seeking additional dealers to serve other parts of North America.

Source: https://www.recyclingtoday.com/ford-lightning-rbc-battery-recycling.aspx

May 21, 2021 Mary Sparks