DSB to launch new machine at Bauma

By Steve Ducker02 February 2016

DSB Maschinenbau, the Austrian manufacturer of mobile crushing and screening machines, has announced it will launch a new Innocrush machine with a revised design at this year’s Bauma exhibition in Germany.

“We listen carefully when customers report on their operations and suggest what would be necessary, useful or helpful to existing features,” said general manager Dieter Durstmüller.

“It makes no sense to design a machine on the drawing board. It’s about building powerful crushers that are easy to use and meet the customer’s exact requirements.”

The company said it had hired an industrial designer to give the new design a simple but distinctive look.

“With the current development, our focus was clear – functional design, highest output,” said Dieter.

Bauma takes place in Munich from April 11 to 17. For a preview of the show, and a feature on mobile crushing, please see the January-February issue of Demolition & Recycling International magazine, which comes out next week.

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