Keestrack

Taunusweg 2
Munsterbilzen, BE, B3740

About Keestrack:

Performance in every detail.

In 1996 Kees Hoogendoorn and his wife Annet Schoenmaker started Keestrack with an ambitious vision: to build the world's first direct feed scalper.

After we started a trading business in construction equipment in 1988 we moved on into the crushing & screening business resulting in the idea of the direct feed scalper. We decided to build our own screen in 1996. Soon afterwards Kees went on to develop the mobile impact crusher and, after acquiring OM in 2010, added a full range of jaw crushers to the Keestrack product range. Today direct feed scalpers are the industry standard, with Keestrack proudly leading the way in mobile screening and crushing equipment.

We're still 100% privately owned and managed by the Hoogendoorn family, with the idea of family at the heart of everything we do. We support each other as we strive to continually improve our products, creating an atmosphere that clients recognize and appreciate. The result gives us an unshakable belief in Keestrack and our ability to succeed. 

Building superiour crushers and screeners will continue to be the goal at Keestrack, where we have started with inventing the world's first direct feed screen on tracks.

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