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Anaconda Equipment factory breaks ground in Northern Ireland

By |  November 11, 2021
From left: Cory Jenson, McLanahan executive vice president; Martin Quinn, Anaconda managing director; and John Rabel, McLanahan executive vice president pose for a photo at the groundbreaking of Anaconda's new facility in Northen Ireland. Photo: McLanahan

From left: Cory Jenson, McLanahan executive vice president; Martin Quinn, Anaconda managing director; and John Rabel, McLanahan executive vice president pose for a photo at the groundbreaking of Anaconda’s new facility in Northen Ireland. Photo: McLanahan Corp.

Anaconda Equipment, a McLanahan Corp. company and global manufacturer of material processing equipment, broke ground on a new facility in Ardboe, Tyrone, Northern Ireland.

The 31,300-sq.-ft. facility will house a new paint shop, blast area and assembly area and provide a 30 percent increase in production capacity.

McLanahan says the increased capacity will lead to the creation of job opportunities in the region to support the speed at which machines will pass through production.

The company adds that, with an increasing demand for Anaconda Equipment globally, the expansion will be welcomed and help lead to greater customer satisfaction.

“Over the last few years, Anaconda has been deep in development of its tracked crushing equipment line with the launch of its open and closed circuit J12 jaw and I12 impactor models to add to its current full-line of tracked screening, scalping, recycling and conveying equipment,” says Alistair Forsyth, Anaconda co-managing director. “We have an aggressive design plan to bring to market a number of additional tracked jaw, impactor and cone models, and a huge part of that strategy has been the work behind the scenes in finalizing the planning permissions for our new 31,300-sq. ft. state-of-the-art production facility, adjacent to the current Anaconda facility.”

Adds Martin Quinn, Anaconda managing director: “We are extremely proud of the growth that Anaconda has seen since its launch on the market in 2009, and this new facility will allow us to better serve our customer base for years to come. Furthermore, this expansion will bring a number of additional employment and supply opportunities to the local economy that has support us throughout our journey.”

Jack Kopanski

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Jack Kopanski is the Managing Editor for Pit & Quarry and Portable Plants. Kopanski can be reached at 216-706-3756 or jkopanski@northcoastmedia.net.

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