More than 100 dealers and customers attended an Evoquip event in Kentucky, USA to see live working demonstrations of the compact crushing and screening range.
The event was held at Evoquip customer Park City Stone and EvoQuip global product line director Matt Dickson said: “We had a fantastic launch event to the US market. The show was a huge success and we built on and created some valuable relationships. A special thanks to Chad Crabtree for allowing is to use his site and for all his help leading up to and during the open event.”
Machines on demonstration were the Cobra 230R impact crusher, Colt 1000 scalping screen and Cobra 290 impact crusher. The Bison 280 Jaw crusher was also on static display.
EvoQuip – part of the Terex Corporation – said its machines can operate in the most demanding of applications including construction and demolition waste, reinforced concrete and recycled asphalt.
A number of EvoQuip models can be fitted with the T-Link telemetry system which provides the customer with real time information on the performance of the machine to maximise uptime, parts and service availability and provides factual up to date information from the field.