Terex Ecotec to introduce latest shredders and screens at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020
Since it was established in 2014 the Terex Ecotec product line has grown rapidly into a comprehensive product portfolio of mobile shredding, screening, handling and conveying equipment. Recent product launches include the Phoenix 1600 Trommel (tracked and wheeled variants available), TBG 630 High Speed Shredder and the TDS 825 Slow Speed Shredder. Additionally, the recent opening of a dedicated 105,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Derry, Northern Ireland will support the ongoing growth and development of the ever expanding product portfolio.
Tony Devlin, Business Line Director for Terex Ecotec commented, "CONEXPO is renowned for being North America's largest tradeshow and we are delighted to be exhibiting once again. We look forward to meeting with customers to discuss our upcoming innovations which will further enhance our world class range of equipment, meeting both market and customers' needs."
On display at booth S5118 in the Silver Lot will be the highly versatile TTS 620T Trommel. This user-friendly machine features a two-metre diameter drum and advanced hydraulic controls, as well as an easy change drum system, easy service access and a swing-out engine cradle.
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