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EvoQuip reach new audiences with podcast series

EvoQuip have introduced a monthly podcast on crushing and screening
EvoQuip have introduced a monthly podcast on crushing and screening

Crush, Screen and In-Between providing monthly insights into the crushing and screening industry  

COMPACT crushing and screening equipment manufacturers EvoQuip say they are reaching audiences in more than 60 countries worldwide through their podcast series Crush, Screen & In-Between.

Hosted by EvoQuip’s training and applications manager Michael Garvey and product manager Andrew Armstrong, the Crush, Screen & In-Between podcast aims to provide listeners with a unique and entertaining insight into the crushing and screening industry.


Released monthly, the hosts, along with special guests, cover industry news, hot topics within crushing and screening, and give their expert opinions on the latest industry developments. Podcast listeners can also ask the hosts questions.

Six half-hour episodes of Crush, Screen & In-Between have already been released with more in the pipeline. In the latest episode, the EvoQuip team sat down with Ryan Ballard, engineering director of Powertrain, and John Kavanagh, group communications director with JCB. Recorded at Conexpo in Las Vegas, the pair outlined the challenges and opportunities that have presented themselves with hydrogen engines.

Other topics of discussion have included trade show reviews, an interview with EvoQuip business line director Barry O’Hare, and an overview of crushing and screening in North America.

Michael Garvey explained: ‘It was very important to us that this wasn’t just an ‘EvoQuip’ or ‘Terex’ podcast. It’s a crushing and screening podcast that covers the whole of the industry. We’ve already built up a back catalogue of episodes where we’ve discussed many different aspects within the crushing and screening industry. Each episode has a pretty relaxed tone, and we try to make sure it’s entertaining as well as informative.’

Business line director Barry O’Hare added: ‘We’re always looking for new ways to communicate with our dealers and customers. Crush, Screen & In-Between provides an alternative way to communicate effectively with our dealers but also allows us to grow the EvoQuip name and brand outside our current network.’

EvoQuip say listeners can subscribe, follow and share Crush, Screen & In-Between on Spotify or wherever they get their podcasts. 


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