KPI-JCI, Astec Mobile Screens Features VSI, Kodiak Cone Crusher

Thu April 04, 2013 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


The company will showcase its Kodiak Plus K200+ cone crusher, as well as a vertical shaft impactor (VSI) in Booth 1111/5 in the open-air exhibit
The company will showcase its Kodiak Plus K200+ cone crusher, as well as a vertical shaft impactor (VSI) in Booth 1111/5 in the open-air exhibit

As part of its ongoing strategy to develop a more robust presence in the international marketplace, KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens will exhibit alongside its parent corporation, Astec Industries Inc., and sister subsidiaries at the bauma 2013 trade fair April 15 to 21 in Munich, Germany.

The company will showcase its Kodiak Plus K200+ cone crusher, as well as a vertical shaft impactor (VSI) in Booth 1111/5 in the open-air exhibit, according to Mike Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing of KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens.

“We know there is room for further growth and success in the international marketplace for KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, and the bauma international trade fair is an excellent opportunity to expand our brand and meet with key stakeholders,” Johnson said.

This is the 30th anniversary of the bauma international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment. In 2010, 420,000 visitors from all over the world attended the trade show. This year, organizers expect more than 450,000 visitors and 3,300 exhibitors. The exhibition space takes up a total of 570,000 square meters.




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