Evoquip brings simplified range to crushing

By Steve Ducker02 August 2016

Evoquip global product line director Matt Dickson with a Bison 120 crusher

Evoquip global product line director Matt Dickson with a Bison 120 crusher

Terex Materials Processing has launched a new brand offering a comprehensive portfolio of products for compact crushing and screening markets in five key industries.

Evoquip is targeting building and construction; quarries; farming and agriculture; landscaping and gardening and asphalt and concrete crushing.

Terex said it sees an opportunity to bring value to customers in these industries by providing intuitive equipment that is simple to operate and maintain, fuel efficient and easy to transport.

It added that user friendliness is at the heart of the brand and as new products are developed the focus will be on simplicity and entry level customers.

“We want to reinvigorate the focus on the basics of crushing and screening,” said Matt Dickson, global product line director of EvoQuip.

The EvoQuip range starts with the Bison 35 crusher capable of outputting up to 30 t/hr and goes up to the Cobra 260 crusher capable of 250 t/hr.

The compact size of the machines is aimed at overcoming transport issues in many countries. The machines can also be taken to a customer site to crush and screen waste from demolition projects.

EvoQuip products will be manufactured in existing Terex MP Centres of Excellence in Northern Ireland, with additional support and service from facilities in North America and India.

“We look forward to adding more products to the portfolio in 2017,” said Matt Dickson.

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