Crush Every Job!
That's more than just a catch phrase at Screen Machine. It's how it runs it business, and what it builds its machines to do. Its commitment is to provide the highest quality equipment that lets you Crush Every Job.
2020 promises to be an exciting year at Screen Machine.
Crush every job is more than just a catch phrase at Screen Machine. It's how we run our business, and what we build our machines to do. Our commitment is to provide the highest quality equipment that lets you CRUSH EVERY JOB.
Are you ready to take your crushing and screening productivity to a new level? Then you need to take a look at Screen Machine.
Screen Machine has announced Heavy Machines Inc. as its new dealer in Georgia. The dealership will be a stocking dealer providing equipment sales, service and rental of the full Screen Machine lineup from its location in Covington, Ga.
"We're excited to partner with Heavy Machines in a market like Georgia," said Screen Machine Director of National Sales Jeff Williams.
You could call John Lamprinakos a man of steel. And you would be correct.
Lamprinakos, who recently joined Screen Machine and Diamond Z as president and CEO, spent four decades at Worthington Steel, leading sales and production on a variety of steel products.
(L-R): On hand for the SMI 90TS demonstration were Screen Machine's Matt Brinkman, Scott Wagner, Matt Johnson and Timothy Miller, along with Ohio CAT's Kyle Bodkin and Wright Landscape Supply & Marketplace's Shannon and Gretchen Wright.
Ohio CAT recently set up a demonstration of Screen Machine's newly launched 90TS, part of its new SMI compact equipment lineup, for Wright Landscape Supply & Marketplace.
Screen Machine Industries, a U.S.-based manufacturer of crushing and screening equipment, has had busy first half of 2018. Not only has the company experienced unprecedented demand its products, it also has added three new exclusive dealers to its distributor network.
Building high-performance machinery and successfully delivering it to the marketplace is nothing new to Shane Terblanche. From passenger cars to electric delivery vehicles to sophisticated military weapons platforms, it's what he has done throughout his career.
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.
Screen Machine Industries has selected Volvo Penta to supply EPA Tier IV Final engines for its new 4043TR-series rock crushers.
Volvo Penta's emission-reduction technology and service support are rapidly winning converts in the industrial engine marketplace, according to Darren Tasker, vice president of industrial sales at Volvo Penta of the Americas.
Metso is expanding its global manufacturing capacity for rubber screening media used in minerals processing by investing in three new injection presses. The presses will be installed at Metso's facilities in Australia, India and Sweden by early 2018.
One of the wisest things an aggregate business owner can do is diversify. As markets constantly change, planning ahead and preparing to adapt is key to making or breaking it. Not only that, but diversifying gives these business owners an opportunity to explore markets they may have never considered before.