Keestrack enters Japanese marketPublished 10/10, 2018 at 14:39
In March 2018, Keestrack, the international specialist manufacturer of mobile processing technology, signed a dealership agreement with JCE Co, Ltd. based in Kanagawa near Tokyo, Japan.
JCE will now distribute Keestrack’s entire range of tracked mobile crushers and screens, as well as provides full customer service through its nationwide aftersales network in Japan.
“The Japanese mineral recycling industry is one of the most advanced sectors worldwide, attaining recycling rates of over 90% in almost all typical construction waste categories,” says Michael Brookshaw, global distributor manager for the Belgium based Keestrack Group. “Technical and environmental standards are very high, resulting in a very competitive market situation for both local and global manufacturers. Keestrack has now entered the Japanese market with its full range of mobile processing technologies – world leading in terms of modern hybrid drive concepts – and through our new distributor JCE, we will be able to provide professional and nationwide service and support for all relevant sectors.”
Founded in 1984, JCE is today headquartered in Kanagawa, near Tokyo, has 33 employees, and a turnover of €7.8m. In 2017 the company became part of Hiroshima Hino Motors, Japan’s largest distributor for medium and heavy duty trucks. JCE’s offering for the recycling industries consists of mobile processing plants and attachments for organic and mineral waste, including shredders, crushers, screens and stackers for both highly mobile urban applications, and semi stationary production at stock yards or recycling centres.
The company’s product portfolio covers Japanese brands and leading international manufacturers. As exclusive distributor, JCE substantially invests in reliable aftersales structures. including wear and spare parts, nationwide support and a comprehensive rental fleet.