The event welcomed over 150 guests from across Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and North America to see the latest innovations from EvoQuip, including the launch of the Caiman 150 Shredder and preview of the Bison 220 Jaw Crusher.
A lineup of working and static displays was on show, including the new Bison 220 operating independently in a Construction and Demolition (C&D) application; two new Caiman 150 machines—one in a C&D application and the other in a Wood and Tyres application; and the Colt 600 working in a C&D application.
An event highlight was a striking train of equipment that included Colt 1600, Bison 280, Cobra 290R, and Falcon 820. Finally, Aquamist by Terex, a dust suppression technology that control dust in quarries was also on display. Representatives from telematics, aftersales, Terex Financial Solutions, and Digital Solutions were available to answer questions on their respective areas.
The event culminated with a memorable evening of entertainment at the historic Jameson Distillery. The night featured tours of the distillery and whiskey tastings accompanied by live music by Sean Magee, All Ireland Fiddle Champion. As a token of appreciation, each guest was presented with an engraved EvoQuip Jameson Hip Flask.
“It was terrific to welcome our customers and distributors to our open day and showcase the capability of our equipment—nothing beats seeing them in action,” said Barry O’Hare, business line director, EvoQuip. “The feedback from all attendees has been overwhelmingly positive, with a particular appreciation for the opportunity to witness the Caiman shredders working side-by-side in two different applications. We are grateful to our Irish distributor FJS Plant Agri & Groundcare and their customer Behan’s Quarry for the use of their site and their collaboration prior to and during the event, they couldn't have been more helpful. Our team came away feeling very positive with a deep appreciation for everyone who attended and very enthusiastic about our future.”