Exodus Global has announced it has acquired attachment distributor Rockwheel Americas.
Rockwheel Americas is the North American distributor for RockWheel, RockCrusher and RockScreener hydraulic attachments, which are used extensively in the excavation, demolition, pipeline, utilities and mining industries.
As a new division of Exodus, Rockwheel will operate as RockZone Americasto reflect the product line and to align with RockZone Global.
“The addition of RockZone Americas is a great fit. Their industry-leading products dovetail perfectly with our existing product line up,” said Richard Currie, Exodus Global’s Vice President of Sales.
“We are excited to enhance the customer relationships Rockwheel has established with our product support and service capabilities, as well as bring these products to a whole new group of customers,”
Exodus Global will continue to operate RockZone Americas out of its current location in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. As well, seven new team members will join the new division, including Director of Sales, Chip Kogelmann and Inside Sales Manager, Cathy DeSanto, both with more than 15 years of experience in the application of these innovative tools.
“Exodus Global is the ideal partner to take the RockZone attachments to the next level of customer reach, service and support,” Kogelmann said.
“I’m thrilled to team up with this group, which has a culture focused on teamwork, quality and customer experience. Combined with the innovative and robust RockZone attachments, this is a true gamechanger.”
Founded in 2008, Exodus Global is a manufacturer and distributor of products for the construction, demolition, and recycling industries. The company’s brands include ShearCore, BladeCore, Connect Work Tools, OilQuick Americas and now RockZone Americas.
Operating out of facilities in Superior, Wisconsin, Cleburne, Texas, and Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, Exodus Global is one of the fastest growing hydraulic attachment suppliers in North America.
Last year, Exodus Global and OilQuick announced a joint venture to begin manufacturing the OilQuick Coupler system in Superior, Wisconsin.