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Dealers & Market Strategy
With a global dealer network of close to 100 dealers and machines now working in all geographies, the global reach of McCloskey International is evident. Multiple recent dealer signings in Western Europe, Scandinavia, Australia and New Zealand indicate a fast-moving business.
With a large plant just installed in Germany McCloskey Washing Systems has plans to host an impressive open day in 2019. This will add to the already planned MWS open days taking place in the UK, Australia and Ireland.
In April 2019, McCloskey International will again be exhibiting at Bauma, Munich, the world’s largest trade exhibition for this industry.
Product Portfolio
The primary focus in the company’s products is design and build quality, ease of assembly, ease of operation and ease of maintenance and this can be seen on each and every piece of equipment made at McCloskey across the Crushing, Screening and Washing equipment lines.
On the washing side, Sean commented, “We started off with the SandstormTM as our flagship product, then introduced our Compact Sand Plant range with static screens, logwasher range, stackers and water treatment plants following. Today, we have a full range of equipment to cater for all material & mineral washing and classification applications”.
As regards crushing and screening, the product portfolio is regularly being refined and updated to keep in line with market demand. Last year a new line of compact crushers was introduced to meet the evolving requirements of today’s
projects, while maintaining the same high standard of McCloskey durability, reliability and quality. The J35 Jaw Crusher and the I34 Impact Crusher ranges are proving extremely popular, especially in the European market. Both ranges are the perfect solution for projects with small footprints but big requirements. These compact, mobile crushers are suited particularly to construction and demolition recycling, asphalt recycling and aggregates.
Future Growth
With the main focus on quality and growth, McCloskey still has 20% of the Granville site footprint to develop over the next three years and it’s clear to see that the new production lines are flexible and efficient enough to expand and develop with their developing market. Nov 2018 - Issue 53
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