Terex Washing System's open day event

15 April 2015

Terex Washing Systems’ AggreSand 206 modular washplant and its AggreScrub 150 will be the stars of two open days that are to be held at Lafarge Tarmac’s new site at Broom in Bedfordshire, UK, on Tuesday 28 and Wednesday 29 April. According to the company, this is a world premiere showcase of TWS latest innovative products and is open to TWS dealers and potential new customers seeking pioneering washing solutions. Attendees will have the opportunity to view the plant in operation, processing in excess of 350 tph, and meet with TWS and Duo Plc [England and Wales dealer for TWS] teams of engineers, applications and specialist technicians to discuss specific washing needs. Booking is essential to attend the events, so to register contact: TWS.Sales@terex.com.

Iain Walker, global sales director at TWS commented: “I look forward to personally welcoming our global distributors, their customers and potential new customers to the open day. The Lafarge Tarmac installation at Broom represents another significant step forward for TWS. Not only does it showcase our new AggreSand 206 system, it also combines this with an AggreScrub 150 to ensure both high quality and high capacity production of sand and aggregates. This project demonstrates how TWS work effectively with our dealers to serve the specific needs of a key client. This project provides a true blueprint for high quality, high capacity washing systems for a wide range of material types”.

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