RICHMOND, British Columbia – With new offices in the United States, Wenco International Mining Systems now offers improved in-country sales, service, and support to American clients of its mine fleet management and high precision navigation systems.
Led by North American sales manager Richard Tagge, Wenco’s first American office opened in Denver in 2013. Since then, operations have expanded to two additional locations, Tucson, AZ and Tyler, TX.
From these regional offices, a team of engineers, sales representatives, and service technicians provides solutions and support for clients new to the system, as well as for existing clients active in the mining industry (including Minntac, Keetac, United Taconite, Minorca, and Asarco’s Mission copper mine).
The US team also excels at applying Wenco’s system for stockpile management at coal-fired power plants, as used by the Arizona Public Service and Luminant. This application of the system improves safety and navigation at these facilities while generating information on stockpile topography, which engineers use to calculate the volumes of coal remaining.
The recent acquisition of Automated Positioning Systems (APS) technology has also enabled Wenco to adapt its fleet management and navigation systems for use at small mines and quarries – an important emerging sector in the eastern United States.
To find out more about Wenco’s fleet management and high precision navigation systems, contact a representative in the United States or visit WencoMine.com.