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Metso Minerals Adds Road Machinery as Distributor

Tue April 01, 2008 - West Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Road Machinery LLC, the Komatsu distributor, has been named the exclusive distributor for Metso Minerals in Arizona, New Mexico and West Texas. Metso Minerals produces an extensive line of crushing and screening equipment for rock and minerals processing.

The Metso Minerals equipment line includes crushers, vibrating equipment and mobile plants and screens. Models include the Lokotrack ST Series track-mounted crushing and screening plants, and the Nordberg CV wheeled mobile screens.

The equipment is used for any type of rock or minerals processing, from quarrying to cement manufacturing and recycling demolition waste.

Road Machinery has equipment specialists available to help develop the best equipment configuration for any rock processing application. The company carries parts for the entire Metso Minerals product line, both current and discontinued models.

Trained and certified technicians are on staff to service the equipment line, and installation for new equipment is provided.

Road Machinery LLC has been selling and servicing heavy machinery since 1955.

As the exclusive dealer for Komatsu in the Southwest, the company has nine locations throughout the area, in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, California and Mexico. Road Machinery also carries equipment from JRB, Mega Corp and NPK.

For more information on Road Machinery, call 800/989-7121 or visit

For more information on Metso Minerals, visit

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