GrinderCrusherScreen Now Offers Service to Southeast

Mon November 20, 2017 - Southeast Edition
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Christopher Caviness stands in front of his well-equipped service truck.
Christopher Caviness stands in front of his well-equipped service truck.

GrinderCrusherScreen, a leader in selling new and used recycling equipment, has answered its customers' requests by offering service for the southeast United States. By adding highly experienced mechanic Christopher Caviness to the GrinderCrusherScreen team, the company can now support its customers by offering fast, reliable service for wood grinders, crushers and screening plants.

“Although we specialize in recycling equipment such as wood grinders, crushers, screening plants, shredders, etc., our service is primarily focused on wood grinders of all makes as it is extremely difficult to find a mechanic experienced in these machine,” said Neal Kaiserman, president of GrinderCrusherScreen. “We searched for almost a year until we found the best mechanic for the job.”

The GrinderCrusherScreen service department is now open for business.

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