Yet again in 2019, RUBBLE MASTER participates at what is now the 5th Mining Week. At this industry congress in Nigeria, the world market leader once again succeeded in positioning itself as the expert in mobile crushing and screening systems.
With subsidiaries in more than 50 countries around the world, the French Colas Group is one of the largest companies in the construction industry. This year Colas’ Moroccan subsidiary Concassage.ma chose to invest in an RM 100GO! compact crusher, which together with a mesh screen processes basalt and limestone on site.
The HERMES business award is the annual prize for the most successful company in Austria. The HERMES jury chose RUBBLE MASTER as the winner in the International category based on key performance indicators.
RUBBLE MASTER and Maximus hosted a welcome party at the company’s location in Dungannon to celebrate the start of their future together. 250 guests took the opportunity to get to know the company and the RUBBLE MASTER employees in a relaxed atmosphere.
RUBBLE MASTER presented the Compact Crushing business concept to the Austrian-Tanzanian Business Circle in Dar E Salaam. Numerous infrastructure projects create a need for on-site processing. 20 companies took this opportunity to meet the experts.
RUBBLE MASTER presented the RM product range at the Nigeria Mining Week. The team welcomed many visitors who were interested in an RM impactor for crushing iron ore or granite. The different sizes of RM crushers together with different throughputs convinced many interested customer.
At the Upper Austrian Chamber of Commerce Africa Day the focus was on the development of the continent and the opportunities for Upper Austrian companies. Christian Windhager, the ASM responsible at RUBBLE MASTER, shared the company’s expertise in the course of a podium discussion.
Flanders Quarry, a KwaZulu-Natal aggregate producer, has added an additional RM 80GO! to their fleet. The mobile crusher will operate at an additional site at Verulam on the north coast and will process decomposed dolerite as the primary crusher on site.
C&D waste accounts for 20 % of general waste in South Africa. That is why the Department of Environmental Affairs invited companies to a workshop about recycling guidelines in order to increase the recycling rate. RM was invited as the only crushing manufacturer to contribute our know-how and expertise.
RM celebrated its 25-year success story together with over 400 guests. Visitors were captivated by the numerous highlights, including the premiere of the RM 120GO! live in action in front of an audience. Xperts Xchange gave dealers and customers the opportunity to discuss and share their experiences with each other.
The high performance of RM compact crushers in the harsh climate of the Sahara desert convinced Amine Kadiri. 150 tph limestone is now processed next to the company’s concrete and asphalt batching plants.
The owner of a big Algerian railway project found the perfect efficient and flexible supplement to his big stationary plants: the RM 80GO!. and the RM TS3600. The mobile compact crushers are now crushing 200tph limestone at “Carrier Ammal”.
After seeing the RM 100GO! in action Sam Fon was so convinced about this business field that he decided to buy his own mobile crusher and entered the construction sector.
A local road construction company decided to save money, stop buying aggregates and produce them on their own instead. With an amortization period of less than a year they are now able to save money and are more independent of suppliers.
Edge, the leading company in road construction in Cameroon, decided to no longer buy limited gravel which does not have the high quality needed. Instead, they decided to buy an RM 100GO! and become independent from the suppliers.