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A new name in aggregates and mineral processing

PowerX Equipment

New equipment venture aiming to offer the next generation in aggregates and mineral processing

PowerX Equipment is the new name for Duo Equipment. Specializing in equipment for aggregates and mineral processing, the new venture is said to retain all the experience and expertise gained over many years in the industry.

Whether a client is looking to incorporate a single item of equipment or create an entire, integrated plant solution, PowerX Equipment design, supply and install aggregate washing systems, crushing and screening equipment, water and silt management systems, bulk materials handling equipment, and recycling and materials processing equipment.

The company also offers parts and service for all equipment and its installations come with a recommended spares list, making it easy to order spare parts. PowerX Equipment’s dedicated parts division supplies genuine Powerscreen, Terex, Matec, AMP and MS parts.

Alex Moss, chief executive officer of PowerX Equipment, said: ‘I am extremely proud of this new venture as it combines an experienced and dedicated team with well-known and respected brands. We have an experienced team of highly qualified engineers to service equipment to keep your operation running smoothly.

‘Add to this our used equipment division – an enterprise partnered with global suppliers International Construction Equipment – and we broaden our service with the capability to provide high-quality, pre-owned machines.’

Luke Talbot, managing director of PowerX Equipment, added: ‘We have a dedicated African division which offers the continent the same products as our UK division and to the same high standards. We have exciting and ambitious plans for the whole of PowerX Equipment, which will meet the ever-changing needs of our clients.’

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