Grasan Equipment Company’s ’7-Points Design/Build Philosophy’

The 7-Points Philosophy is customer-focused and is derived from design, experience, integrity, engineering, service, support and ongoing communication before, during and after the system is up and run

Mon January 20, 2014 - National Edition
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Grasan will design all or part of a new system or upgrade and install integral parts of an existing system.
Grasan will design all or part of a new system or upgrade and install integral parts of an existing system.

Grasan Equipment Company will emphasize its “7 Points Design/Build Philosophy” for customized quarry systems at ConExpo-Con/AGG booth #C51380. The 7-Points Philosophy is customer-focused and is derived from design, experience, integrity, engineering, service, support and ongoing communication before, during and after the system is up and running.

Working with the customer as an autonomous manufacturer, Grasan will design all or part of a new system or upgrade and install integral parts of an existing system. Systems typically include portable or stationary jaw and/or impactor-based crushing, screening, conveying, storage and material handling equipment and structures. Grasan can supply equipment or work with equipment provided by or as designated by our customers. The company can design from the ground-up or implement the customers’ basic ideas. Further the company will provide the customization that the bigger manufacturers often resist, at a good price/value and complete the project on time, according to Grasan.

For more information, call 419/526-4440 or visit www.grasan.com.




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