Part of Metso, Jonsson has been developing world-renowned crushing and screening equipment for over 40 years and has a rich history of developing sustainable solutions suited to a global market.
Mikael Delbrant, sales and marketing director at Jonsson, said: “At Jonsson, we are constantly evolving and developing our offering, so we can continue to exceed our customers’ expectations. Not only in terms of the superior quality we have become synonymous with but in minimising our environmental impact.
“Like ourselves, Agg-Pro strive to be the best at what they do. With both the equipment they supply and the aftersales service they provide, the same motivation applies in leaving no stone unturned to keep their customers happy.
“We’re really excited to have Agg-Pro as an official distributor of Jonsson in the region.”
Charlie Eastwood, heavy line sales director at Agg-Pro, said: “Jonsson is a very prestigious brand, and we are delighted to be working with them to sell their full portfolio.
“Jonsson products are very well suited to the bigger quarries, thanks to their heavy-duty build, high tonnage capabilities and sustainable set-up. They also offer a cost-effective solution thanks to their innovative chassis design, which allows the heavy components of the machine to be hydraulically split into smaller parts and easily transported to other locations to be reassembled.”
Jonsson crushing and screening equipment covers the 70-180 tonne range, making it the ideal mobile solution for customers with open quarries or mines in high-capacity, heavy-duty applications.
The mobile units are all-electric, powered by an onboard generator or plugged into the electricity mains. They offer sustainable solutions for bigger quarries that are keen to lower their carbon footprint and energy costs. All the machines come with onboard telematics, which records data during operation and can be viewed via a laptop or mobile phone and sent to the head office for monitoring.
Established in 1996, Agg-Pro provides a personal, customer-focused approach to the supply of equipment for the quarrying and recycling industries, and the company is currently experiencing an exciting period of growth.
Its 40,000ft2 head office in Tamworth, Staffordshire, includes a refurbishment factory and employs 34 people. The company is proud of its reputation for excellent customer service and builds longstanding, collaborative partnerships with its customers.