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Mining Equipment (Wholesale)

Mining equipment wholesalers don’t just sell in bulk to mining companies and contractors, although that is certainly a main focus for new and used products such as skids and loaders. They also provide services, as well, such as repair, parts replacement, and maintenance. Additionally, they may offer logistics management, rentals, training, and consulting to ensure clients are maximizing their productivity in mining operations and processes above and underground.

Wholesalers may have a pretty big arsenal of used equipment, which saves clients money on big, expensive equipment. But they also sell bulk amounts of brand new supplies, parts, safety gear, and heavy duty construction tools such as drills necessary to dig for gold, mineral, and coal mining.

Many wholesalers showcase their comprehensive array of products meant for a variety of industrial applications, such as tunneling, blasting, excavating, loading, and hauling. Material handling and crushing are two additional services achieved by machines. Wholesale companies should offer manufacturer warranties on their heavy duty products and stand behind them 100 percent.

Wholesalers may have websites that showcase the various brands they sell, along with price comparisons, volume pricing options, and customer service information. Associates should be knowledgeable not only about the sales industry but also about the mining industry. They can offer insights into which new or used products would be best for a particular mining company, from lifts and drills to wheeled machinery and excavators. These professionals have backgrounds in sales and industrial areas as well, perhaps with experience in mining themselves.

Related topics include construction equipment wholesalers, industrial machinery wholesalers, drilling and boring equipment wholesalers, and coal and coke wholesalers.

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In your search, go online to find out more about new and used mining equipment for sale, whether for industrial or construction use. Consider which type of equipment you need for your coal or gold mining operation, such as loaders, skids, excavators, and tunneling machines. There are many listings online of new, used, and secondhand equipment at bulk discount prices. A directory search will point you in the right direction. Consider your budget and target your search accordingly, whether you need bulk tunneling machines, excavators to dig, or tools. It's important to select the best wholesaler of bulk mining equipment and supplies, so be sure to check out each wholesaler or import supplier thoroughly. Call each wholesaler and set up a visit to check out the latest in mining equipment and supplies. Find out manufacturer and equipment supplier information, safety background, company reputation, prices, and delivery charges. Before choosing a reliable mining equipment wholesaler, inquire whether the company is part of a local, national, or international entity. Does the company have a website you can browse for further information? Ask about any discount prices or used prices on equipment and supplies to get a lower rate. You may be able to get a cheaper deal on used equipment--just be sure to have it thoroughly checked out for safety compliance. If antiques are your thing, check out online auction sites to bid on antique mining operation equipment, from excavators and tunneling machines to head lamps and tools. Inquire if the wholesaler also offers repair services in case your equipment breaks down over time.