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Maximus Crushing & Screening give us a sneak preview of their innovative new 514T aggregate sizing screen
Neil Collins, Maximus Managing Director with the prototype 514T
It was two years since HUB-4 visited Maximus crushing and screening in Dungannon at their Coalisland Road 100,000sq ft production facility. Since then the business has seen many changes and continued growth, including a multi-million pound injection of funding from the Austrian based Rubble Master who became the majority owner of Maximus back in March this year. Already 2018 has seen a 30% increase in business and 2019 is set for another 50% increase, making this company one of the most dynamic in the Co. Tyrone crushing & screening manufacturing zone.
We met Neil Collins, Maximus’s new Managing Director to get an insight into their success “With Rubble Master now involved their aim is to grow the business here in Dungannon by bringing the two companies together, leveraging best practice from both to give our customer base a more innovative offering whilst allowing them to engage even more with the Maximus brand. As we increase production we will eventually also need to add to the manufacturing space that we currently have and that was all part of the plan when we moved to this large 18acre facility two years ago, as the land gives us massive expansion potential.
“With manufacturing we are very well integrated into the local supply chain and we cut, fold and fabricate all our own
steel on-site, giving us much more control over the production process. My background is working extensively in the manufacturing sector with a major global market leader all be it in a different sector. A fresh pair of eyes can always bring new ideas and work-flow to help with the transition to the next phase of Maximus. We have a talented team of 125 people already here, who we are looking to grow to around 160 over the next couple of years.”
Ronan & Iain Herity of Maximus Crushing & Screening Ltd – dealer for South West & South East England
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