Terex Trucks Appoints ICP as Costa Rica Dealer


DN022717 TerexTA400Terex Trucks announced a partnership with ICP (International Construction Parts) to distribute and support its articulated dump trucks in Costa Rica. Strengthening its capacity to aid customers in the Americas, the manufacturer’s collaboration with ICP will ensure that the requirements for the acquisition and maintenance of machines are met to a high standard.

ICP will offer Terex Trucks’ three models of articulated haulers – TA250, TA300 and TA400 – at its Heredia, Costa Rica, facility. The haulers provide payloads from 25 to 38 tonnes, and present the perfect balance of power, torque and effective gearing, coupled with optimum weight distribution to move more material in less time with less fuel in arduous environments, according to the company.

“I am pleased to welcome ICP to the Terex Trucks family; ICP will be responsible for the sales and servicing of Terex Trucks’ articulated haulers within Costa Rica," said Matt Deloglos, director of sales and marketing Americas at Terex Trucks. "The company has earned a reputation for excellent customer service and distinguished technical support, as well as a long history of proudly serving the construction and mining industries for over 12 years. The addition of the Terex Trucks’ articulated hauler to ICP complements the existing products sold and serviced and we look forward to growing our business with ICP.” 

ICP President Flavio Travano added, “Costa Rica has vibrant prospects of economic activity due to the large projects in the area of road building and infrastructure, which means that the aggregate and quarry sectors have great potential for development. We forecast that once these projects are on the move, ICP will be in a stronger position thanks to the addition of Terex Trucks’ articulated concept to the product portfolio. As a distributor, we strive to offer our customers the very best, and that is why we thought it necessary to have equipment within our fleet that is dedicated to earthmoving.”