ALLU Adds New Dealer in Knoxville, TN

ALLU Group Inc. announces Stowers Machinery, headquartered in Knoxville, TN, as its newest dealer for the full line of ALLU Transformer and ALLU Crusher material processing attachments.

Source: ALLU

The company has six locations in Tennessee, and provides sales and rental of ALLU’s unique attachments, as well as complete aftermarket service and spare parts, for customers throughout the state.

The partnership with Stowers Machinery as its Tennessee distributor reinforces ALLU’s commitment to providing the greatest level of customer focus in the industry — combining local expertise and support with the benefits of ALLU’s influence and prominence as a global company.

Stowers Machinery was established in 1960 in Tennessee, by three brothers: Bud, Dick and Harry Stowers. Beginning with 3 location and 70 full-time employees, the company today has grown to encompass 6 locations, employing more than 400 personnel. Third-generation owners Lisa Stowers Rottmann, and her husband, Ed Rottmann, continue to grow the business, while keeping true to the values of being a family-owned business.

According to Edison Rocha, ALLU Group Inc. Vice President Marketing,

We are pleased to have Stowers Machinery onboard with us as the newest member of our North American dealer network. ALLU already had several great customers in Tennessee and we believe Stowers’s reputation of providing exceptional customer service is fully aligned with ALLU’s way of doing business, and they also believe in the tremendous value ALLU’s products can bring to their customers.

Stowers Machinery is excited to partner with ALLU and their unique product offerings”says Larry Cummins, General Manager – Allied Division 

We feel the ALLU product line will provide unique portable screening and crushing solutions that will help our customers be more productive, efficient, and profitable. Also, it is important to add that ALLU’s commitment to product support will make this partnership a win for our customers, Stowers Machinery, and ALLU.

Source: ALLU