IROCK Crushers has recently expanded the territory of their dealer, IPE Aggregate, into Dallas and Houston. IPE Aggregate had most recently represented IROCK in parts of Texas and Mexico.
IPE Aggregate has been serving the aggregate, construction and mining industry for over 18 years and is headquartered in McAllen.
IROCK Crushers announced that Continental Equipment Company will be its exclusive dealer to market, sell and service the IROCK product line in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas and Arkansas.
Continental Equipment has been serving the mineral processing industry for more than 30 years.
IROCK Crushers has launched its new website and logo design.
Current leadership has recently embarked on rebranding IROCK Crushers. The company is now close to 30 years old and has evolved in its offerings, customers and innovations. In the last five years, the product line has greatly expanded to serve the crushing and screening industry.
IROCK Crushers, a manufacturer of mobile and portable crushing plants, screening plants and conveying equipment, announced its recent hire of Matt Holmes who joins as director of product support and customer service.
"We are very excited to have Matt join the IROCK Leadership Team.
IROCK Crushers, a manufacturer of mobile and portable crushing plants, screening plants and conveying equipment, announced the promotion of Nate Russell to director of sales & business development.
"I am looking forward to working hand-in-hand with IROCK's sales team and distribution network to promote the brand and the quality of the IROCK product line.
IROCK Crushers announced its recent hire of Nate Russell, who joins as regional sales manager Mid-Atlantic/Northeast.
"As part of our effort to expand distribution, we are very excited that Nate has joined our team. He has a tremendous amount of industry experience and his level of application and product knowledge with crushing and screening in the construction world makes him a great asset for our customers," said Fred Gross, director of sales and business development, IROCK Crushers.
In a recent visit to a demolition project in Smyrna, Ga., CEG found Matt Ragsdale of Southern Demolition and Environmental based in Atlanta, Ga. hard at work clearing concrete and asphalt and crushing it on site.
One of his prime equipment dealers, Chuck Spooner of Central Atlanta Tractor in Austell, Ga., was at the site and had brought a new IROCK crusher for a short-term rental.
IROCK Crushers announced Fred Gross as director of sales and business development. Gross will lead IROCK's sales and marketing teams with a focus on bringing the company's crushing and screening solutions to its extensive dealer network across the domestic United States and beyond.
Central Atlanta Tractor Sales Inc. based in Austell, Ga., recently took on the IROCK line of crushers and screeners.
According to Chuck Spooner, Central Atlanta Tractor president, the plan is to initially offer the machines as rentals and look toward converting the units to sell at a later date.
On June 1, Thompson Tractor officially became an IROCK and Screen Machine Industries dealer of the entire state of Alabama and the panhandle of Florida. In order to facilitate this product line expansion, the company hired a materials industry expert, made a substantial initial investment in units for sale or rental and parts, and is actively engaged with both of the manufacturers for product and service training.
IROCK Crushers, a leader in global sales of mobile crushing and screening equipment, has redesigned its TS-522 TDR track portable screening plant to include a rinser. The portable unit gives mines and quarries the convenience to screen and wash materials, such as aggregates, simultaneously for end-use applications, including concrete and asphalt production.