Tag: terex minerals processing systems

U.S. Concrete and its subsidiary, Polaris Materials obtained the permits necessary to increase the volume of aggregate imports at its terminal in Long Beach, California. Polaris can now deliver up to 2 million tons of aggregate each year, effectively doubling its throughput capacity. Photo courtesy of U.S. Concrete

Quarry Faces: December 2018

December 26, 2018By

Snapshots from around the aggregate industry.

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Hillhead 2018

August 22, 2018By , and

Pit & Quarry reported live from Hillhead 2018, which took place June 26-28 in Buxton, England. Check out videos from the event.

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This year’s Hillhead featured more than 500 exhibitors. Photo courtesy of The QMJ Group

How feedback affects equipment development

August 8, 2018By

How a few manufacturers reacted to customer feedback in developing their latest market solutions.

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Terex Minerals Processing Systems CRC1150S cone plant

March 31, 2018By

The CRC1150S cone plant delivers big capacity features in an economical highly portable plant and utilizes high efficiency roller bearings.

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Terex Minerals Processing Systems Cedarapids CRS620H

Terex Minerals Processing Systems Cedarapids CRS620H

January 21, 2018By

The popular 6-ft. x 20-ft. TSV6203 screen, along with flex shaft screen drive and roll-away blending chutes, make the Cedarapids CRS620H a leader in the screen plant market.

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Terex Minerals Processing Systems Cedarapids CRS620S

October 23, 2017By

The revolutionary Cedarapids CRS620S screen plant features the LJ-TSV screen and can handle larger deck loads and larger screen openings.

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Terex MPS names Canica business development manager

August 31, 2017By

In this role, Orritt will be responsible for developing the sales and distribution of the company’s Canica vertical shaft impact crusher product range.

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Superior names vibratory product manager

August 17, 2017By

In this position, Mark Crooks will be responsible for managing and further developing the company’s vibratory product line.

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