Materials producers win with Trio crushers and screens

Materials producers win with Trio crushers and screens Materials producers win with Trio crushers and screens

Smaller independent quarries and concrete recycling operations in Africa and the Middle East are quickly responding to an insatiable need for construction materials by using Trio crushing and screening equipment.

JD Singleton, general manager responsible for Trio products at Weir Minerals Africa, says these markets need equipment that can be deployed rapidly to take full advantage of infrastructure and private property developments underway in their immediate surroundings.

“All the crushers and screens in the Trio range can be mounted on skids doing away with the need for large civil related infrastructure to support these plants,” Singleton says. 

Furthermore, all the common models of jaw crushers, cone crushers, grizzly and belt feeders, vertical shaft impact

Crushers, horizontal shaft impact crushers, conveyor sections and hoppers are kept in stock in Johannesburg. This allows us to service the market with very short lead times, if not same day delivery.

The company’s products are also cost competitive and easy to maintain on site, two more traits that are driving an increasing installed base of Trio crushers and screens operating throughout Africa and the Middle East.

All the products are serviced by a specialist roaming product support team with extensive experience in the crushing and screening field. 

However, it is also Weir Minerals Africa’s strong presence in the mining regions on the continent and the Middle East that is driving the growth of these solutions.

Singleton says the company is investing significantly into augmenting technical after-sales support and infrastructure in these growth areas.

“These operations are very aware of the prominent role that we have played in the formal mining industry for many years, and understand the value we are able to bring to their operations,” he says.

Weir Minerals Africa is currently commissioning a 300tph sand and aggregate production plant in Zambia.

The project was undertaken from Weir Minerals Africa’s branch in Kitwe which supports the many mines operating in the country’s Copperbelt. Specialist product support staff for Trio machines is strategically based at the company's Akitas branch to service the area. Increased demand for cobalt is further driving growth opportunities.

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