IROCK Launches New Web Site for Easier Use, Mobile Access

The new site provides quick access to detailed product information to help customers make informed decisions about crushing and screening equipment.

Wed April 23, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


IROCK Crushers has launched a new Web site. The new site, located at www.irockcrushers.com, provides quick access to detailed product information to help customers make informed decisions about crushing and screening equipment. The mobile-friendly site also links customers to the latest technologies and industry news.

Visitors to www.irockcrushers.com can easily sort product information by the type of crusher, screener or application. Each product page features typical applications and detailed specifications including machine weight, engine type, processing capacities and stockpiling heights. Large photos and videos of equipment in action are featured throughout the site, giving visitors the opportunity to not only read about features and benefits, but view them as well.

In addition to detailed product information and visuals, IROCK is using the new site to keep current and potential customers well informed on industry news and best practices.

News stories and blog posts will be updated regularly with information to help increase profitability in industries such as aggregates, road building, mining, construction and demolition, recycling, landscaping and mining.

Visitors to www.irockcrushers.com can quickly share info with colleagues, customers and others. Pictures, videos and best practices info can all be shared easily via Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

For more information, call 866/240-0201.




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