Superior Industries buys GreyStone

By |  June 3, 2014

Superior Industries Inc., maker of conveyor systems and their related components, bought GreyStone Inc., a washing, classifying and dewatering solutions manufacturer.

According to Superior, GreyStone is now Superior Industries. GreyStone makes a full line of washing/screening plants, sand classification tanks and systems, dewatering screws, coarse material washers, log washers, computer control systems, water clarifiers, rotary and vibrating screens, blade mills, dewatering screens, twin jets and cutter heads. It has operations in Columbus, Neb., and it will continue production at its factory there.

The company sells its equipment through a network of dealers in North America, Europe, Africa and Australia.  in Columbus, Neb. GreyStone traces its beginnings back to 1956. James Holmberg III, son of owners James and Mary Lou Holmberg, served as GreyStone’s president for the past four years.

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