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Powerscreen, one of the world's leading providers of mobile crushing and screening equipment, will attend ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020. Powerscreen will be exhibiting on booth #S5118 in the outdoor Silver Lot at the Las Vegas Convention Center from March 10 to 14, 2020.

Powerscreen is bringing the Phoenix range, one of its original machine ranges, back to its product portfolio. The Phoenix range is a collection of trommel machines that are predominantly used in recycling applications such as C&D waste, wood chippings, top soil, compost and green waste.

Powerscreen's most recent addition to it jaw crushing range, the Powerscreen Premiertrak 330, is fitted with a simple large fixed hopper and is manufactured from an 8mm wear plate, improving set up time, reducing pegging and increasing the life of wear parts.

A new Terex Service Center has opened in the Lancaster, Pa., area. Previously located in Thomasville, Pa., the new service center is closer to a greater percentage of Terex equipment customers and team members. The new facility allows Terex technicians to work safely and more efficiently, while providing room to grow in the 35,000-sq.-ft.

Burns Construction was established in 1957 by Ed Burns Sr. with one truck, a small crew and a focus on residential paving. Over the course of the past 53 years, Burns has experienced steady growth and today is not only still involved in residential paving, but has expanded to tackling paving projects that include airport runways and everything in between.

Powerscreen of Indiana Inc. recently announced a change in ownership, and is now locally owned and managed by David Sumner and Bryan Shutt. Established in 1985, Powerscreen of Indiana Inc. has gained a strong reputation for its commitment to customer service and aftermarket support, leading to steady growth since the company's founding.

KJ Services in South Wales have ordered a further three Powerscreen machines, following the purchase of six Powerscreen mobile crushers and screens in 2016 from Powerscreen dealer, Blue Southern. KJ Services commenced operations in South Wales in the 1970s supplying machines and equipment for hire to the many collieries spread across the region.

In 2016 Powerscreen marks half a century of serving the crushing and screening industry around the world. Established in 1966, Powerscreen has achieved its five-decade legacy through industry leadership, customer input and innovation. Powerscreen was founded in 1966 under the name of Ulster Plant in Country Tyrone, Northern Ireland and today that is where the research, development and manufacturing of products continue.

In 2016 Powerscreen, one of the world's leading providers of mobile crushing and screening equipment, marks half a century of serving the crushing and screening industry around the world. Established in 1966, Powerscreen has achieved its five-decade legacy through industry leadership, customer input and innovation.

Technology is driving improvements in all aspects of our lives. With Powerscreen Pulse, the company is continuing this revolution by bringing you new digital tools to help improve your crushing and screening operation. David Gunn, Commercial Service Manager at John Gunn and Sons Ltd, said “Powerscreen Pulse is extremely user friendly, easy to access and a very valuable management tool for the quarrying industry.