Tag: Lippmann-Milwaukee

Metso, whose Lokotrack ST2.8 scalping screen is seen here in action, sees the acquisition of McCloskey as an opportunity to bolster the Metso screening line. Photo courtesy of Metso

How Metso and McCloskey came together

January 16, 2020 By

Find out the strategy behind the acquisition deal and what producers and contractors can expect of the brands in the new year.

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With the acquisition, Metso anticipates it will be able to better take part in the attractive growth of mobile products within the aggregate industry. Photo by Kevin Yanik

Metso to acquire McCloskey

June 10, 2019 By

Metso signed an agreement to acquire McCloskey International, the Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, in a deal valued at $316 million.

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The top 20 sand and gravel producers in the nation accounted for nearly 270 million metric tons in 2016, USGS reports. Photo: Kevin Yanik

The 2018 industry stories you loved

December 5, 2018 By

The top 10 stories P&Q readers viewed the most from this past year.

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Photo courtesy of Lippmann-Milwaukee

P&Q Profile: McCloskey International’s John O’Neill

October 30, 2018 By

A conversation with the vice president of sales at McCloskey International on his company’s acquisition of Lippmann-Milwaukee – and much more.

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Lippmann-Milwaukee appoints 3 staff members

October 11, 2018 By

Lippmann-Milwaukee, recently acquired by McCloskey International, realigned its staff with three changes.

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Lippmann, established in 1923 and regarded for its heavy-duty jaw crushers, is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Photo courtesy of Lippmann-Milwaukee.

Analysis: What McCloskey’s acquisition of Lippmann-Milwaukee means

September 17, 2018 By

P&Q caught up with John O’Neill, vice president of sales at McCloskey International, to learn more about the deal and its impact on the industry.

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McCloskey acquires Lippmann-Milwaukee

August 31, 2018 By

McCloskey International expects its complementary product offerings to allow both companies to expand.

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