Terex MP launches specialist recycling OEM

By Leila Steed08 October 2021

Terex Materials Processing (MP) has established a specialist recycling equipment business called Terex Recycling Systems (TRS).

Terex Recycling Systems logo

The new business will design and manufacture modular recycling products for contractors dealing with construction & demolition, commercial and industrial waste. 

Kenny Hull, commercial product manager at Terex Recycling Systems, said: “As Terex looks for opportunities to drive our business forward, the rising urgency to deal with waste globally continues to present enormous potential.

“Terex MP already has significant and expanding global presence in the waste recycling industries with our existing environmental lines—Terex Ecotec and CBI.

Terex Recycling Systems modular

“However, we see a need for products that require a more project focused sales approach compared to traditional machinery sales.”

The first modular products from TRS will include feeders, conveying systems, trommel screens, vibrating screens, metal separation, air separation and manual sorting units.

While the brand’s sister company, Terex Washing Systems, recently launched a new M1700X mobile washing screen, the modular design of TRS’ products means that construction industry users can combined a number of different units to create stationary systems.  

Terex Recycling Systems modular products as a combined stationary system

Kenny said: “The modularity of our solutions will make our systems quick and easy to install and keep installation costs to a minimum—without compromising on performance or reliability.

“This approach will also add flexibility for the end user to adapt and grow the system as their business and market demands change.”

The first products from TRS will complement the Terex MP’s existing portfolio and will be made available to customers early next year.

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