Rubble Master opens new facility, hosting Demo Days in Texas

By |  May 14, 2021

Rubble Master logoRubble Master, a manufacturer of mobile crushing and screening equipment, opened a new factory-store and service center in Texas.

Texas is a prominent market for crushing and screening equipment, the company says. This led to Rubble Master’s decision to open a facility in Ennis, Texas – one that provides sales, service and rentals to customers.

“This facility allows us to provide factory-direct sales, service, parts and rentals to local contractors and producers,” says Gerald Hanisch, owner and founder of Rubble Master. “It also serves as our new North American [headquarters] as we continue our U.S. investment and North American growth strategy. This investment allows us to better serve our customers and dealers.”

The new facility is located just south of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. The 7,000-sq.-ft. building features service and wash bays, as well as parts warehousing.

“We look forward to making a real contribution to the local Texas market and community, being an active member of TACA (Texas Aggregate & Concrete Association) and working closely with members as we develop world-class crushing and screening solutions for Texas and beyond,” says Jackson McAdam, managing director at Rubble Master Americas.

Demo Days in Texas

Following the opening of the new factory-store, Rubble Master will host Rubble Master Demo Days June 10-11 in Seagoville, Texas.

The industry is invited to attend the event to experience a live demonstration of Rubble Master equipment. Rubble Master will introduce the RM 120X mobile impact crusher, which debuts the RM NEXT philosophy aimed at making crushing more efficient and improving usability and safety.

“We want folks to really get a true chance to experience the Rubble Master difference and highlight our substantial investment in the Texas market,” McAdam says. “It is an exciting time. In the coming months we will launch our brand new RM 120X mobile impact crusher to the Texas market, offering some truly exceptional opening deals and finance offers.”

The RM 120X mobile impact crusher has a top capacity of 385 tph and an inlet opening of 46 in. x 32 in. It features an underpan feeder for heavy-duty concrete recycling applications and a 5-ft. x 12-ft. screen deck and return conveyor for a closed-circuit production. Rubble Master will also showcase mobile screens and tracked conveyors.

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