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Rubblemaster Holds Demo Event in Williamstown, N.J.

The machine demonstrations were held at Neri's Construction & Rentals and were coordinated with Rubblemaster dealer CC&T of Folcroft, Pa.

Wed July 16, 2014 - National Edition
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The Rubblemaster RM 100 produces a ¾-in. minus product on demo day.
The Rubblemaster RM 100 produces a ¾-in. minus product on demo day.
The Rubblemaster RM 100 produces a ¾-in. minus product on demo day. (L-R): Mike Chenet, president of CC&T; Sandy McIntyre of Fabco, Long Branch, N.J.; and Alex Taubinger of Rubblemaster get together to talk about crushing and screening capabilities of Rubblemaster equipment. (L-R): Gerald Hanisch, managing director/CEO of Rubblemaster, and Mike Chenet, president of CC&T, speak with a potential customer about the Rubblemaster RM 100. LICA chapters (including those of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania) were represented at the Rubblemaster Live Demo Days. (L-R) are Joanie Micsky, Shelly Hewson, Maura Dibble and Jerry Biuso. (L-R): Gerald Hanisch, managing director/CEO of Rubblemaster, stands with Ron Garofalo of DAG Mobile Aggregate Recycling and Alex Taubinger of Rubblemaster. (L-R): Bob Gahwy Sr, Bob Gahwy Jr. and Alex Taubinger stand in front of a Rubblemaster RM 70. (L-R): Mike Wade and Mike DiGiorgio, both of DAG Mobile Aggregate Recycling, and Scott Price, service manager of North America of Rubblemaster, take a break from talking about the RM 100 for a photo. (L-R): Glen Devries of Shearforce Equipment, Alberta, Canada; Rene Wagner, Rubblemaster, and Neal Bodenmann of Shearforce Equipment, stand in front of the RM 80. A Hitachi Zaxis 225USLC excavator loads a Rubblemaster HS 5000 during Rubblemaster’s recent demo day in Williamstown, N.J. The Rubblemaster HS 5000 produces a 5-in minus product during the demo day. An impressive spread of Rubblemaster equipment treated guests to up close and personal demonstration of their capabilities. Jack Moninger (L), president of Construction & Industrial Equip. Corp., Lodi, N.J., catches up with Joe Savino of Savino Contractors of Bloomfield, N.J.

Rubblemaster held a three-day demo event June 26 to 28 in Williamstown, N.J.

The machine demonstrations were held at Neri’s Construction & Rentals and were coordinated with Rubblemaster dealer CC&T of Folcroft, Pa.

Rubblemaster showcased its complete line of compact crushers — all four models — the RM60 skid mount crusher; the RM 70GO! entry-level tracked crusher; the RM 80GO! tracked crusher; and the RM 100GO!, which is the company’s flagship model and the machine for high volume producers and/or custom crushing contractors.

This was the second time Rubblemaster has offered such an event, with the first being held two years ago in White Plains, N.Y. That event’s success led to the late-June event in Williamstown.

“It’s not only been a customer event,” said Alex Taubinger, sales manager, Americas, of Rubblemaster, “but it has also drawn in all dealers from all over the country to introduce the new RM screen line. We have launched and introduced our HS tracked scalper screening plants — three sizes available — the HS3500 which is a 9-foot by 4-foot tracked scalper screening plant, the HS5000, which is a 12-foot by 4.5-foot (and this unit was onsite for demo as well), plus the HS7500, which is a 16-foot by 5-foot.”

Taubinger added that Rubblemaster’s goal with the demo was to draw in new leads and prospects, to stay in touch with existing customers and to show them the company’s new RM screen line, which was launched during this event.

“It’s been a great success so far with more to come since we’re experiencing a pretty active and prosperous season with a strong demand,” he said. “Contractors can’t afford to part with their profits anymore — they have to go new routes when it comes to managing construction debris by recycling, most likely onsite and producing their own aggregates.”

Gerald Hanisch, founder, CEO and owner of Rubblemaster was onsite all three days of the event.

“After talking to customers and with new leads and prospects during the event, it’s perfect proof for me that it remains the right decision more than 10 years ago to invest into the North American market, set-up a parts warehouse and build up a customer support team in the United States,” Hanisch said. “Rubblemaster is well established in the Northeast and we have big plans for the future.”

This event was heavily supported by local dealer CC&T, which carries Rubblemaster for New Jersey, eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.

“We’re happy that our partnership with Rubblemaster continues to grow and it allows us to show our local customers not only the product, but also the concept of onsite recycling with Rubblemaster,” said Mike Chenet, president of CC&T. “The quality of machinery is exceptional but just as important is the concept that customers can turn waste product into usable material and reduce their disposal expenses and jobsite costs.

“The turnout for this three-day event was better than what we expected and now that we have quite a few of these machines running for our local customers, the word is spreading that small to mid-sized contractors can utilize machines like these to increase their profits.”

Rubblemaster offers a range of high performance mobile crushing and screening solutions for recycling, demolition, quarrying, mining and contracting applications.

The company’s all diesel-electric mobile impact crushers offer the highest levels of production and efficiency in all aspects, according to Rubblemaster.

Its all-mobile equipment meets the highest specifications for mobility and versatility, onsite and on-highway.

Rubblemaster offers crushers in the range of 26,500 to 70,000 lbs., with usually no oversize permits required, hourly production rates ranging from 88 to 300 tph and fuel consumption from 2 to 6 gph.

Customers range among construction; crushing and demolition contractors; trucking and hauling companies; concrete and asphalt producers; industrial building material producers; paving contractors; quarries; gravel pits; landfills; transfer stations and more.

The company offers product support, parts, service and back-up in North America through its hub in Memphis, Tenn.

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