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Powerscreen impact
Terex adds new crushers.
Manufacturer support - Steve Skinner reports on a better deal for contractors
Many manufacturers of crushing and screening equipment have invested in new production methods and facilities. Steve Skinner reports on the positive affect this will have on equipment and how the downturn means contractors can now expect closer manufacturer support too.
Terex sells first Indian-built Powerscreens
Terex has sold the first mobile crushers to roll off the production line at its new factory in Hosur, India.
Bucket crushing and screening comes of age
They may be the small siblings of mobile units, but the market for crushing and screening buckets is growing and so too are the available options.
Terex Finlay expands range
Terex Finlay unveiled a host of new equipment at Intermat
Sandvik and Terex centralise crushing expertise
Both Sandvik and Terex Material Processing have established new centres of excellence.
Mantle put to test
Swedish contractor trials Sandvik Flexifeed
Simpler controls are attracting new customers to crushing and screening sector.
Simpler controls are attracting new customers to the crushing and screening sector. Steve Skinner reports on the more user friendly machines coming onto the market.
Rubble Master on the Go
Austrian compact crusher manufacturer Rubble Master has introduced what it calls the Go concept with the launch at Intermat of the RM70 Go
Road building bonanza
New pavers compactors and milling machines will be on display on the Wirtgen Group stand, along with crushers from Kleeman.
Rockster on growth path
Rockster Recycling has opening its new Euro 2.5 million factory on the outskirts of Linz, Austria
Sandvik closes Arbra production facility
Sandvik Mining and Construction is to close its manufacturing facility for mobile crushers, screens and stationary feeders in Arbrå, Sweden.
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Global roll out for Sandvik crusher unit
Sandvik's UH421 mobile secondary cone crusher, introduced to the Scandinavian market at the end of last year, is now being made available worldwide.
Kormann Rockster’s interchangeable impactor and jaw seal Australian deal
Screenmasters of Bathurst, Australia has extended its product offering thanks to a distribution agreement with Austria's Kormann Rockster.
Extec in third Russian airport renovation
Recycle of Materials (ROM), a Russian construction and demolition waste recycling company, is using a range of Extec equipment including C12+ crushers and I-C13 cones in a renovation project to upgrade Pulkovo airport near St. Petersburg.
Crushing guidance
The UK’s National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC) has issued a new guidance document to all its members concerning the use of mobile crushing plant in the demolition role.
Indian site for Pegson and Powerscreen
Hosur in India is to be the site for a new Terex Pegson and Powerscreen manufacturing plant. Located 75 km from Bangalore near Chennai, the plant is to be the first part of what is planned as a campus of Terex facilities on the 45 acre site.
Terex to build crushing & screening equipment in India
Terex has started work on a new factory in Hosur, India where it will manufacture Terex Pegson and Powerscreen mobile crushing and screening equipment.
High capacity on track
Telsmith has added the T16060 tracked impact crusher to its Quarry Trax range that is designed for high capacity applications, with a throughput of up to 800 tonnes/hour.
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