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Multiquip & Ammann Sign Roller Deal

CED Magazine October 2006

Article Date: 10-02-2006
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Multiquip has agreed to serve as the exclusive distributor for Switzerland's Ammann Schweiz AG's tandem vibratory rollers in North America, plus in several Latin American and Caribbean nations.

Under terms of the agreement, Multiquip will market 1.5- to 5-ton weight class tandem and combination rollers. Marketed as the AR Series tandem vibratory rollers, the units will carry the MQ/Rammax brand name.

The rollers are the next generation of Ammann's AV Series asphalt rollers. There are 10 diesel-powered models in the AR Series with drum widths from 31 to 51 inches. Centrifugal forces range from 2,925 pounds on the AR-16 to 15,060 pounds on the AR-40. Standard features include dual frequency and amplitude, pressurized water systems with dual filtration, noise attenuation, full flush drums, drum offset and lockable instrument panels.

"We are excited about this opportunity as it completes the MQ line of confined area and medium range construction equipment," says Roger Euliss, Multiquip president.



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