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29 November 2018

RUBBLE MASTER extends Chinese presence

First published28/11/2018
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Austrian global compact crusher manufacturer RUBBLE MASTER is benefiting from a growing dealership presence in the Chinese market – with 11 local sales partners signed up in just one year.

The latest local sales partner, based in Beijing, has been recruited this week by RUBBLE MASTER’s five-employee strong, Tianjin-based sales subsidiary, Tianjin RUBBLE MASTER Technology. RUBBLE MASTER’s sales reach now stretches from Jilin in China’s north-east, to Guangdong in the south, and as far west as Sichuan.

The company is exhibiting the RM 100GO! compact crusher, which is said by Shaun Montgomery, RUBBLE MASTER’s sales manager, to be proving a popular model among customers, along with the larger RM 120GO!

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Shaun Montgomery and Sheng Shi in front of the at-show RM 100GO! compact crusher

Both the 29tonne RM 100GO! and the 35tonne RM 120GO! are low noise level crushers said to be durable, reliable and long-lasting. The RM 100GO! has a capacity of up to 250tonnes/hour, depending on feed material. The RM 120GO! can process up to 350tonnes/hour of material. The crusher duo is said by RUBBLE MASTER to produce an excellent final aggregate product.

Speaking about the popularity of the RM 120GO! machine, Sheng Shi, RUBBLE MASTER China sales manager, said: “Customers like the fact that they can process a lot of aggregates material with just one crusher. They are forward thinking and know that if they have a bigger mobile crusher they can do a wider range of work. It is also a great model for construction and demolition waste recycling.”

Tianjin RUBBLE MASTER Technology has staged two successful ‘Product Champion’ events in Tianjin in 2018.

“Customers are very important to us and we can’t service their needs properly without have well-trained sales teams. The training done at these events falls under the RUBBLE MASTER Academy Programme,” explained Montgomery.

“We’ve sold five machines since our Tianjin subsidiary began recruiting local sales partners in December 2017. The feedback we have been getting from customers has been really pleasing. The weight to throughput ratio is extraordinarily good with our compact crushers.

“With RUBBLE MASTER’s acquisition of Maximus, we are fully into the natural stone side of the materials processing industry. We will continue with the current two-brand strategy.”

Montgomery said production facilities at RUBBLE MASTER’s Linz, Austria, HQ are set to expand within the next 18 months, as the company looks to cater for rising demand for its machines.

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