Metso's acquisition of McCloskey International, a Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, has been successfully completed. With this acquisition, Metso expands its offering in the aggregates industry globally and strengthens its customer reach especially to the general contractor segment. The acquisition was completed on October 1, 2019.
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Metso has signed an agreement to acquire McCloskey International, a Canadian mobile crushing and screening equipment manufacturer, to expand Metso's offering in the aggregates industry globally and to strengthen the customer reach especially to general contractor customers.
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Machine operator Gary Mooney is at the controls of a McCloskey jaw crusher. Against the dusty backdrop of Ballycastle Quarry in Northern Ireland, this machine is moving in close again to collect more rock, just blasted from the quarry face. Featuring a Volvo Penta D13 engine, it's a combination that matches power and performance under extreme conditions.
McCloskey to debut latest crushers, screens, stackers and washing plants on the world stage at bauma 2019
Screening and crushing industry manufacturer McCloskey International will demonstrate its continued growth with an exciting roster of new products and a significant presence at bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany, from April 8-14.
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