Groff Tractor is among the first of Rubble Master's dealer network to tour and see firsthand Rubble Master's manufacturing facility in Northern Ireland. To meet increasing customer demands, Rubble Master acquired a screen manufacturing facility earlier this year, building scalping screens, incline screens and track mounted stackers.
Groff Tractor has represented Rubble Master for machine sales, rentals, parts and service in the Mid Atlantic market for more than 5 years. In late 2017, Groff expanded its Rubble Master offerings by adding the complete line of incline screens, scalping screens and tracked stackers. Among the first to do so in the Rubble Master network, Groff has been tremendously successful with the screen line.
According to Sean Collins, VP Groff Tractor, “Rubble Master is now offering over 15 different models of crushing, screening and materials handling equipment. Compact crushers in a variety of sizes, scalping and incline screens to meet any customer's needs and stackers to improve any materials processing application. For a dealer such as Groff Tractor, this is huge, we are now able to be the complete solutions provider to our customers. We can offer compact crushers for crushing concrete and natural rock, incline screens for sizing crushed materials, scalping screens for screening dirt, soil, and mulch and stackers for stock piling almost anything.”
Gerald Hanisch, CEO, president and founder of Rubble Master said, “By adding a full line of screening equipment, stacking solutions, and all the new crusher models Rubble Master ER can give our existing customers the options to do more with their current Rubble Master equipment and reach out to new customers looking for the finest in crushing, screening and material production.”
Collins added, “Since we have taken on the screen line we have constantly invested in our rental fleet. Groff Tractor has all sizes of screens, crushers and stackers available for sale and rent. No matter what our customers need there is a very high chance that we have got it.”
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About Rubble Master
CEO Gerald Hanisch founded Rubble Master more than 25 years ago when others were tentative about recycling construction and demolition waste. In 1992 Rubble Master presented the first compact crusher for the recycling of leftover bricks, asphalt, concrete or other debris. Aggregate obtained this way are used as fill or base material in many industries and projects. Contractors worldwide began to experience the efficiency and profit-making opportunities the machine provided on the job site.
In 1997, new manufacturing breakthroughs led to exports accounting for more than 97 percent of business, making Rubble Master a worldwide leader in compact crushing. Rubble Master is currently represented by more than 80 dealers in over 110 countries on all seven continents.
Groff Tractor was the first to visit Rubble Master’s screen manufacturing plant in Northern Ireland. (Rubble Master photo)
Groff Tractor and Rubble Master teams in front of a scalper screen ready to be shipped to the United States. (Rubble Master photo)
Sean Collins and Alex Taubinger, sales manager, Americas. (Rubble Master photo)
Gerald Hanisch and Sean Collins discussing the machinery. (Rubble Master photo)
Anthony Rende with Rene Wagner and Geoffrey Faber, both Rubble Master territory sales managers. (Rubble Master photo)
Mike Lester, senior VP, Groff Tractor Pennsylvania.
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Neil Collins (L), managing director of the Rubble Master screen manufacturing plant in Northern Ireland, and Sean Collins, senior VP, Groff Tractor New Jersey LLC. (Rubble Master photo)
The art of welding. (Rubble Master photo)
Grinding to perfection. (Rubble Master photo)
Corey Berkheimer, regional sales director, Groff Tractor Pennsylvania, checking out the Rubble Master MTS2412M 80 ft. tracked stacker on the assembly line. (Rubble Master photo)
Sean Collins working his way along the assembly line. (Rubble Master photo)
Anthony Rende, service manager, Rubble Master Americas Corp., with Corey Berkheimer on the assembly line. (Rubble Master photo)
Rubble Master scalping screens at the final quality check point on the assembly line. (Rubble Master photo)