EESSCO Moves Into Spacious New 8,000-Sq.-Ft. Facility

Mon June 27, 2005 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

After just three years in business, EESSCO has been so successful with serving aggregate producers in New England that it outgrew its original facility. As a result, the company recently moved into a new, much larger facility located at 275 Centre St., Unit 14, in Holbrook, MA, just 20 mi. south of Boston.

The new 8,000-sq.-ft. facility will primarily house EESSCO’s sizable inventory of components for conveyors, cone and jaw parts; motors; reducers; power transmission products; and various rubber products — all of which can be shipped the same day to the company’s growing number of customers.

“Our volume of business has grown each year due to our strong product line,” said EESSCO’s Greg Grey. “We never thought that we would outgrow our old facility in 10 years, much less three. And today, even when I look around this new place, I admit that I’m wondering how long it will meet our needs.”

EESSCO carries Sandvik cone, jaw, impact and gyratory crushers; Universal impactors and jaws; REMco vertical shaft impactors; and Indeco demolition attachments. And EESSCO supplies a host of parts, such as Douglas Manufacturing conveyor components, Superior idlers, a huge inventory of Excel crusher parts, Dodge & Browning transmission products, Durex screening media, as well as parts for A.C., Svedala, Symons, Metso, Nordberg and Barmac equipment.

For more information, call 781/963-9900.

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