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Weir Minerals North America Announces JCI Industries Inc., and Cortech Engineering as New Authorized Distributors

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Weir Minerals North America Announces JCI Industries Inc., and Cortech Engineering as New Authorized Distributors

Weir Minerals, a leading supplier to the global minerals processing industry, is pleased to announce two new authorized distributors in the United States.

JCI Industries Inc., is our authorized full line stocking distributor for Kansas, Nebraska, and Western Missouri. They are also certified to repair Weir Minerals’ equipment. JCI will supply local service through parts inventory, application engineering assistance, and support from seven offices with shops in Lee’s Summit, Omaha, Wichita, and Dodge City.

Cortech Engineering is our authorized full line stocking distributor for Southern California, with offices in Yorba Linda and Bakersfield.

JCI Industries Inc., and Cortech Engineering are authorized to sell and service Warman®, Galigher®, ASH Pump®, Hazelton®, Floway® Pumps, as well as Cavex® Hydrocyclones, Isogate® Slurry Valves, Linatex® Slurry Hose and wear resistant Linatex® Rubber Products.

Weir Minerals, along with JCI Industries and Cortech Engineering, supplies the most reliable process equipment in the industry and are committed to providing innovative solutions and service for all of your processing needs.

About The Weir Group PLC

Weir, a FTSE 100 company founded in 1871 and headquartered in Glasgow, Scotland, is a global provider of engineering solutions to the minerals, oil and gas and power sectors. Our commitment to engineering excellence, research and customer focus extends equipment wear life and operational capability in some of the world’s most challenging environments.

Weir is committed to going where our customers go, with a worldwide network of more than 200 manufacturing facilities and service centres. The business has a presence in more than 70 countries, with more than 14,000 staff around the world working in three divisions; Minerals, Oil & Gas and Power & Industrial. Weir’s customer base includes the world’s largest mining houses, major oil services businesses and nuclear and conventional power generation companies.

Annual revenues were more than £2.5 billion in 2012, of which more than half came from the provision of services and aftermarket support. Emerging markets contributed 35% of overall Group revenues.

See www.weir.co.uk for further information.

About Weir Minerals
Weir Minerals employs more than 7,000 people worldwide, delivering end-to-end solutions for all mining, dewatering, transportation, milling, processing and waste management activities. Annual revenues were more than £1.3bn in 2012. Weir Minerals has an advanced product range incorporating brands such as Warman® centrifugal slurry pumps, GEHO® PD slurry pumps, Linatex® rubber products, Vulco® wear resistant linings, Cavex® hydrocyclones, Enduron® comminution equipment, Floway® Pumps vertical turbine pumps, Isogate® slurry valves, Multiflo® mine dewatering solutions, Hazleton® specialty slurry pumps, and Lewis® Pumps vertical chemical pumps — covering virtually any application, in any environment. The Weir Minerals global network ensures they are close to their customer wherever they may base their local operations.

For more information, visit http://www.weirminerals.com.

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