Terex forms new wash plant division

By Lindsay Gale19 March 2012

Terex Materials Processing (TMP) has announced the establishment of a dedicated washing division in the shape of the Terex Washing Systems (TWS) product line that will be available from 1 April 1012.

According to TMP president Kieran Hegarty: "Our customers are looking for a more cohesive solution to their washing needs so we've created TWS to focus solely on providing solutions to the minerals washing industry. This business line will be the single provider of washing equipment within Terex and will replace products previously offered by our Powerscreen and Terex Mobile Processing Equipment (Terex Finlay) lines."

TWS global product line director Sean Loughran added: "Utilisation of proven Terex washing technologies and a strong focus on R&D will drive our new product development programme. Supported by a dedicated engineering, sales and application team, TWS will quickly become one of the global leaders in mineral washing equipment."

TWS will offer a wide range of product lines, including sand wash and fines recovery plant, log washers, hoppers, feeders, conveyors, de-watering screens, static screens, mobile, static and modular rinsers. These will all be manufactured at Terex Corporation's Dungannon facility in Northern Ireland and distributed through the company's extensive network of dealers across the world, with TWS itself being launched at the Hillhead show in Buxton, UK, in June.

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