RM CEO Gerald Hanisch says the company is employing around 20% more people at its Dungannon plant so it can work additional shifts.
"Together with our screen experts in Northern Ireland, we have achieved a great deal in recent years," Hanisch said. "For example, the purchasing teams in Dungannon and Linz are working much closer together to optimise synergies. Another key element that we are constantly developing in both Austria and the UK is quality management."
He added that it is important to the company that it employees in both Dungannon and Linz can work together effectively, regardless of whether they are in the office or working from home.
Hanisch said these developments are already bearing fruit, for example with the brand new RM MSC8500e hybrid screen, which was exhibited at June's Hillhead quarrying exhibition and was developed in Northern Ireland.
He added that the post screen is a taste of more developments to come from RM in Northern Ireland such as a new scalper and a new jaw crusher. These machines, which embody RM's 'next level electrification' philosophy in mobile processing, will be presented at bauma in Munich in the autumn of 2022.