McElroy is pleased to announce the addition of a new distributor to sell and service fusion machinery in Mongolia.
EES Engineering is based in Khoroo, Mongolia and caters to the country’s fast-growing mining industry.
Munkherdene Sanjdorj, head of Business Development at EES Engineering, said his company was first introduced to McElroy equipment while working with the Oyu Tolgoi Mine in the southern part of the country.
“Our company was founded in 2015, at which time the mining industry in Mongolia was still quite young,” said Sanjdorj. “The core of our business is mining equipment and maintenance, so when we were introduced to McElroy equipment, we were quite excited to get involved.”
“EES, LLC is a new and growing company, and we’re excited to help play a part in their success,” said McElroy CEO and President Chip McElroy.
The company prides itself on promoting the latest technology, services, and equipment to boost productivity, quality, and safety in Mongolia.
“From the start, we (EES Engineering’s ownership) wanted to introduce Western brands to the country, as well as an understanding of the equipment itself,” Sanjdorj added.
“Our mining industry is still in a maturing phase, and local companies still have a lot of room for learning.”
Sanjdorj said the company was also drawn to the service training available for McElroy equipment. Through McElroy University, McElroy offers multiple levels of technician and service training, allowing distributors to maintain the highest standards in terms of quality and reliability.
To join McElroy’s distributor network, companies must demonstrate a commitment to providing the same level of service and support that has been a cornerstone of McElroy since its inception. Distributors understand McElroy equipment and the fusion process and are trained to provide service and support.
“We need to be self-reliant when it comes to looking after our machines,” he said. “In the last three years, when many technicians couldn’t enter the country, we were tested to the maximum. We realized the benefit of self-sufficiency and self-reliance when it comes to maintaining and servicing our equipment.”