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Metso Outotec's mobile range milestone reflects growth in aggregates recycling

Demand for crushers, screens and conveyors on a steady growth path

Metso Nordtrack crusher machine

The new Nordtrack mobile crushing and screening range from Metso Outotec has passed the milestone of 100 units sold worldwide. 

"This is a remarkable achievement for a new product range; especially considering how the pandemic has impacted the construction industry around the world," says Vesa Tuloisela, Director, Nordtrack offering at Metso Outotec. "It strengthens our expectation that the potential Nordtrack customers appreciate the reliability and support of a premium brand. We believe that the demand for aggregate recycling equipment is on a steady path."

Sales and deliveries have started globally and the biggest demand so far is coming from North America and Europe. Customers have ordered Nordtrack crushers for concrete and demolition waste sites and aggregate quarries, and Nordtrack screens for aggregate screening and industrial applications, such as mulch screening and top-soil pre-screening. Mobile conveyors are used as auxiliary equipment to complete the crushing and screening plants. 

"It is a range which meets the needs of the small and medium sized contractors who are looking to expand their business in aggregates, whether it is recycling or small-scale virgin aggregate production," Vesa Tuloisela describes. "The features and options of the range have been selected in a way that the equipment is easy to use and to move between worksites. We have plans to announce new features and range extensions in the near future."

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