Rubble Master Opens North American Sales, Service Office

Fri October 22, 2010 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


After 10 years of market development for Rubble Master in North America, the company has opened a sales and service facility in Michigan City, Ind.

Rubble Master Americas Corp. will serve the U.S. and Canadian markets plus several countries in the Carribean, Central and South America. Services include supporting customers with their basic analyses and evaluation needs when starting up a recycling business, business planning, sales, rental, sales support, after sales and parts.

“Our goal in North America is to be the specialist and best supplier when it comes to resource recovery of concrete, asphalt, brick for small, medium and larger size companies around the construction industry,” said Alex Taubinger, managing director and vice president sales and marketing of Rubble Master Americas Corp.

“Construction companies, contractors, paving companies and trucking/hauling companies serving the construction industry as well as the demolition industry start to experience a lack of profit margins because of heavy competition, changing demands of developers and customers’ green building demands accelerating disposal fees and high prices for natural aggregate, plus expensive trucking. We would like to share our worldwide expertise of more than 20 years with businesses surrounding the construction industry,” Taubinger said.

“Recycling and the re-use of recycled construction aggregate [RCA] is just at the beginning stage in North America. We are not just talking about the huge saving potentials on projects for contractors, construction companies, customers, municipalities and cities,” Taubinger said.

Rubble Master has operated a parts hub in Memphis, Tenn., since 2009; its corporate office/headquarters is in Austria.

For more information call 800/230-0418 or visit www.rubblemaster.com.




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