Blue Ireland are the Official Distributor for EvoQuip In Ireland
Terex Materials Processing (MP) has launched a new brand EvoQuip which offers a comprehensive portfolio of products to address the needs of the compact crushing and screening markets in five key industries: building and construction; quarries; farming and agriculture; landscaping and gardening and asphalt and concrete crushing.
Terex identified an opportunity to bring value to customers in these industries by providing intuitive equipment that is simple to operate and maintain, fuel efficient and easy to transport. User friendliness is at the heart of the brand and as new products are developed the focus will be on simplicity and entry level customers. “We want to reinvigorate the focus on the basics of crushing and screening said Matt Dickson”, Global Product Line Director of EvoQuip.
Blue Ireland has been appointed as the official distributor of EvoQuipTM crushing and screening equipment servicing the needs of customers in the North and South of Ireland. Liam Brophy, Blue Ireland Director, said “Our experience as a distributor of Fuchs and Doppstadt equipment means that we can count on a strong focus on customer support, one of our core principles. Extensive industry experience also means that blue Ireland already has strong relationships with customers. In addition to sales opportunities, Blue Ireland will provide parts, service and warranty support for EvoQuip equipment by factory-trained technicians. Financing options will also be available to qualified customers.
The EvoQuipTM range starts with the Bison 35 crusher capable of outputting up to 30 tones per hour and goes up to the Cobra 260 crusher capable of outputting 250 tones per hour. The compact size of the EvoQuip machines will overcome transport issues in many countries. EvoQuipTM machines can come directly to your site to crush and screen the waste from your demolition projects, screen top soil from gardens or golf courses; or crush material from worn driveways and brick walls. They can offer agricultural contractors an opportunity to diversify in the off season, helping to retain staff and ensure a steady workload throughout the year. When customers are not farming they can use EvoQuip equipment to demolish old farm buildings, process material for lanes, driveways or drainage projects. Certain models in the range can even be transported on an agricultural trailer and can overcome access issues on narrow lanes and country roads.
EvoQuipTM products will be manufactured in existing MP Centers of Excellence in Northern Ireland with additional support and service from facilities in North America and India to bring customers the high levels of service you expect from Terex. “We look forward to adding more products to the portfolio in 2017 and serving our new customers to a very high standard” concluded Dickson.