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EvoQuip marks five years in the crushing and screening business

September 3, 2021  By Rock to Road Staff

EvoQuip's Cobra 290R.

EvoQuip recently celebrated its five-year anniversary in business with a virtual event for nearly 100 distributors.

The Terex-owned equipment maker launched at Hillhead in 2016 with a range of products for the crushing and screening industry, and has grown from five to 44 dealers worldwide.

A quick expansion

EvoQuip started out with the Bison 35 crusher, capable of outputting up to 30 tons per hour, and now offers equipment up to the Cobra 290R, the biggest crusher in its range, capable of outputting 320 US tph.

On the screening side, EvoQuip’s products have evolved to encompass products including the scalping screen Colt 1600, the largest in the EvoQuip range with a process rate of up to 661 US tph, depending on application.


EvoQuip’s range now includes tracked mobile conveyors, high- and low-level feeders and radial stockpilers, all designed to work alongside its range of crushing and screening equipment.

More recently, the company has been developing hybrid offerings designed to give customers alternative energy options to operate their equipment and digital solutions. This extends to T-Link telemetry, which offers real-time information on the performance of the machine.

EvoQuip’s Colt1600.

New supplier awards

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, EvoQuip held a virtual event instead of in-person as planned. The event was hosted by Northern Irish actor and comedian Tim McGarry.

At the event, dealers participated in a personalized EvoQuip song, a timeline of the last five years, a live quiz, a raffle and the first ever EvoQuip Dealer Awards.

The awards included several categories such as Global Leader in Industry Growth, Customer Support and Rental Business Growth.

Among the winners were Mobile Screening and Crushing (MSC) from New Zealand, which won Global Dealer of the Year.

“It is with the dedication of the EvoQuip team and the relationships we have built with our dealers that has enabled us to grow and maintain our place at the forefront of the compact crushing and screening world,” says Barry O’Hare, business line director, EvoQuip, in a statement.

“I’d like to thank our dealers and customers for their support over the last five years and together we look forward to the future.”

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