The company says the new site will deliver increased assembly and production space for the crushers, screeners and stackers, as well as the new washing systems range.
The new 11,150m² building and site represent a £7 million (€8.25 million) investment into the business, and McCloskey says this is expected to deliver 50% increase in production over the next three years.
The site will also house the production for new business division
Two new parts hubs have also been recently opened to serve customers around the world.
The Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, parts and service depot offers same day air or ground dispatch throughout the Americas, while the facility in Coalisland, county Tyrone, Northern Ireland, serves Europe and an “expanding worldwide market.”