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06 November 2015

TWS launches new conveyor range/service packages

First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com
Terex Washing Systems (TWS) has unveiled a number of new products including a brand new line of conveyors.

The self-powered, diesel hydraulic tracked

AggreStac conveyor will be available in three versions, the 50FT, 65FT and 80FT, which offer full hydraulic set-up with no crane required, containerised and track-in/track-out.

With 400mm dual speed tracks as standard the AggreStac is said to offer speed and control during installation across any terrain, while with different scraper and secondary guarding options, the AggreStac can be customised to suit various applications in various regions.

The machines are manufactured at the company’s state-of-the-art plant near Bangalaore, India, and the project is described as “the first step in a much bigger conveyor project.”

The company has also announced 4Site, a complete project management service to assist with the installation of its equipment, including its AggreSand and AggreScrub washing units.

The comprehensive project management service which is offered in three types of project management service packages, silver, gold and platinum is said to

TWS says the service provides enhanced levels of support during every step of a project.

“We believe that rapid response, qualified, and effective support is crucial in meeting end-user needs, letting dealers deliver on their promises as well as developing long-term client relationships,” says TWS.

Each of the project management packages includes four key steps and are supported by TWS at an international level through regional partners and from its Northern Ireland headquarters.

The key steps are appraise, plan, support and install.

During the installation process TWS provides varying levels of on-site support, which are relative to the package chosen.

Meanwhile, TWS says that works on multi-million pound developments at its Dungannon, Northern Ireland, facilities are scheduled to be completed in the next few months.

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