CDE establishes US presence

21 January 2014

ConExpo will be the formal launch for CDE's M4500 wash plant with a capacity of 450 tph and the abil

ConExpo will be the formal launch for CDE's M4500 wash plant with a capacity of 450 tph and the ability to produce four products to a required specification

Washing specialist CDE Global has solidified its presence in the US marketplace with the establishment of a new office in Silver City, North Carolina and the development of a new website,, specifically tailored towards this market. According to the company, success in North America, and along the East Coast in particular, has led to the formation of CDE Global Inc. The new base in North Carolina, and a new partnership with US operation American Crushers and Screens LLC, is intended to allow further growth throughout the USA

Tony Convery, chairman and founder of CDE Global believes that the arrival of the company in the USA signifies a significant development of the washing and classification equipment available to the US market. He said of the move: “We have spent considerable time in the US over the last 18 months and this has confirmed to us that there are huge opportunities for us to help operators to improve the efficiency of their operations.

CDE has appointed a dedicated sales team for the USA headed up by Kevin McNamee, business development manager for North America, who said: “Our success so far in the US market with construction and recycling projects has highlighted the requirement to have our full range of services located in-country. Our most recent North American project has been a 200 tph natural sand and gravel wash plant in North Carolina. The establishment of the new office provides a permanent base for our new US team which will include technical, design, project management and sales functions. We are looking forward to a busy 2014 in the US, with the kick-off being ConExpo-Con/Agg in early March.”

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