Adding value for compact crushing

02 December 2009


Value Tech Ltd of Kanturk in County Cork, Republic of Ireland, has reached agreement with Howard Crusher Attachments to rebrand the latter's four crushing attachment models as the ‘Crushing Value' range, and for them to manufactured and marketed under the Value Tech banner. This arrangement is seen by Value Tech as a being part of a progressive step towards becoming more active in the UK and European construction waste recycling markets. It plans to research and develop further products for the sector.

The four models of excavator attachments consist of the CV 8 for machines weighing up to 8 tonnes, the CV 15 for machines up to 15 tonnes, CV 20 for excavators up to 20 tonnes and the CV 28 for, you guessed it..., machines up to 28 tonnes.

Nicky Howard of Howard Crusher Attachments will still be involved with the equipment, functioning as Value Tech's UK agent for the Crushing Value range.

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