(L-R): The IROCK team gathers at the new location, Sean Donaghy, sales manager; Nancy Frognowski, office manager and Robert Nelson, general manager.
IROCK Crushers has moved its corporate office to a larger location in Oakwood Village, Ohio. General Manager, Robert Nelson explained that the move is a small part and first step toward its growth business strategy.
The new location provides more office space with room for growth while locating IROCK Crushers between Akron and Cleveland, two major markets in northern Ohio.
The new sales office is located alongside Ohio CAT, one of IROCK Crushers’ dealers. According to Nelson, the proximity will help facilitate business in the markets covered by Ohio CAT.
IROCK’s manufacturing and parts operations will continue to be based at its Valley View, Ohio facility. IROCK formed in 1992 in an alliance partnering Ohio CAT and manufacturer Indy Equipment.
The company is known in the crushing and recycling industry for providing heavy-duty design features in a highly portable system equipment line of wheel-mounted, portable crushing plants and related products including IROCK’s:
• RDS-15 primary crusher for processing quarry rock, demolition debris and recyclable materials up to 350 tph.
• RDS-20 primary closed circuit crushing plant, for production processing of quarry rock, demolition debris and recyclable materials up to 500 tph.
• RDS-20H primary closed circuit crushing plant with a 3-deck horizontal screen to produce four finished products for processing quarry rock, demolition debris and recyclable materials up to 500 tph, and the similar RDS-30H crushing plant that processes materials up to 650 tph.
• Sidewinder is a secondary screening and crushing plant used to separate materials at a required size and crush the over-sized material. It produces products in three sizes and returns over-sized materials to be re-screened.
• IROCK Magnum is a mobile primary crusher with a large feed opening, capable of processing quarry rock, demolition debris and recyclable materials at rates of 150 to 650 tph.
For more information visit www.irockcrushers.com.