Pittsburgh-based Equipment Corporation of America (ECA) renewed a distribution agreement with KB International LLC. ECA will continue to distribute the company’s full line of advanced slurry systems in the eastern United States and eastern Canada.

“We enjoyed a strong partnership with KB International in the past and we’re excited to rekindle the connection,” says Jeff Harmston, ECA vice president for sales and marketing. “Many ECA customers use polymer to overcome challenging soil conditions so this allows us to add a new dimension to the solutions we deliver.”

KB is a global leader in synthetic polymer slurries and stabilization systems for the construction of deep earth excavations, including drilled shafts, diaphragm walls and mineral coring.

ECA will distribute KB International products from nine branches throughout the eastern U.S. and Canada.

In a news release, ECA said the distribution of KB’s polymer fits with ECA’s slogan “More than Machines. Solutions.” ECA says KB’s products and values are consistent with their mission and have a proven record of working effectively with ECA’s drilling equipment. The companies have both contributed to the success of thousands of projects across North America, including high profile efforts such as Ground Zero, Boston’s Big Dig, and the Levee Restoration in post-Katrina New Orleans.

ECA will distribute KB’s polymer from its nine branches throughout the Eastern U.S. and Eastern Canada. These strategic locations will ensure that product gets to the job sites quickly and efficiently.

ECA has supplied foundation construction equipment in the eastern United States and eastern Canada for more than a century. The company is exclusive distributor for Bauer drills, Klemm anchor and micropile drills, RTG piling Rigs, Bauer MAT slurry handling systems, HPSI vibratory pile hammers, Word International drill attachments, Dawson construction products, ALLU ground improvement equipment, Pile Master air hammers, and Digga dangle drills. ECA offers sales, rentals, service, and parts from nine facilities throughout the eastern U.S. and eastern Canadian provinces. Visit ecanet.com for more information.