Superior rock crushing 15 Nov 2018

Metso News Release

US company Metso is adding to it’s strength with a new partnership and launch of a new machine.

The Superior(TM) MKIII gyratory crusher
The Superior(TM) MKIII gyratory crusher

The company has partnered with Stowers Machinery corporation to offer its products to contractors of construction and recycling projects in Eastern Tennessee. With headquarters in Knoxville, Stowers has more than 350 employees in five cities throughout East Tennessee offering sales, rental, parts and service support.

"Metso is pleased to partner with a distributor that shares the same customer-centric values and philosophy," said Ben Hansbury, Vice President, Distribution Sales at Metso. "Stowers' commitment to growth and development in this market, along with their emphasis on services, makes them a solid addition to our distributor network."

"At Stowers, we offer the highest quality equipment and services to our customers," said Travis Smith, General Sales Manager at Stowers Machinery Corporation.“Adding the Metso brand to our line-up of construction and recycling equipment continues that tradition."

In addition to assist with onsite screening and crushing of large materials, US company Metso has introduced a new machine, the Metso Superior MKIII. It is the first high-speed primary gyratory crusher and delivers up to 30% higher capacity and 70% lower downtime.

Stowers Machinery Corporation will offer Metso
Stowers Machinery Corporation will offer Metso's products

"We offer peak performance and maximum throughput, while reducing the cost of primary stage infrastructure," said Guillaume Lambert, vice president, Mining Crushers at Metso.

It is cost-effective and reliable and the rotable top shell ensures safe maintenance and reduces downtime by up to 70%. In addition, the MKIII can be paired with the Metso Metrics solution for predictive maintenance and online asset management. It also has the largest feed opening on the market at 1.7m.

"The MKIII has been developed after close dialogue and cooperation with our customers," said Lambert.


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