RD Olson Offers Custom Crushing, Recycling Machines

Founded in 1980 by Roger Olson, RD Olson Manufacturing is headquartered in Kelso, Wash. Manufacturing was started on the current site in 1982, relying on Roger’s expertise in heavy steel fabrication,

📅   Thu March 17, 2016 - West Edition


RD Olson has an extensive paint system area. Parts are processed here and sent to assembly.
RD Olson has an extensive paint system area. Parts are processed here and sent to assembly.
RD Olson has an extensive paint system area. Parts are processed here and sent to assembly. This closed circuit cone plant is receiving some final assembly touches in the last staging area of production. This crew is working on a conveyor for a portable screening plant in the belting and final assembly area. On site CNC machines allow RD Olson to handle many of its components, ensures quality control and allows for much more customization. With an extensive parts warehouse to manage, the team of John Kehrli, (L), purchasing agent, and Kris Cox, parts manager, keeps everything running smoothly. Many states are now requiring the logging industry to use heavy-duty forestry cabs. RD Olson installs cabs as shown on this Doosan excavator. Many different sizes and configurations of crushing and screening plants are made in this assembly area. RD Olson can accommodate customer requests for forward- or rear-facing plants, as well as other custom orders, like this screening plant with a Telsmi These Doosan excavators will have heavy-duty forestry cabs installed. Demand is high and RD Olson is ready to install for the local Doosan dealer.

Founded in 1980 by Roger Olson, RD Olson Manufacturing is headquartered in Kelso, Wash. Manufacturing was started on the current site in 1982, relying on Roger's expertise in heavy steel fabrication, road construction, crusher and rock quarry operation.

Currently the company has 102,000 sq. ft. (9,476 sq m) of manufacturing space located in eight separate buildings. Each building is dedicated to a specific manufacturing function. The facilities are located on slightly more than 12 acres.

RD Olson offers heavy-duty fabrication for the rock crushing, screening and recycling industries.