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Powerscreen celebrate production of 1,000th Warrior in India

Amal Benjamin, executive director of MP India, with the Terex India quality team
Amal Benjamin, executive director of MP India, with the Terex India quality team

Milestone machine represents culmination of years of research development and engineering

POWERSCREEN have recently celebrated the completion of the 1,000th Warrior machine built at their state-of-the-art facility in Hosur, India.

Having established their manufacturing presence in India 15 years ago, Powerscreen have been at the forefront of crushing and screening innovation in the region, whilst contributing to the growth and development of the country’s industrial sector. The 1,000th  machine, a Warrior 600 (now known as a Titan 600), represents the culmination of years of research, development, and engineering expertise.


Built to the highest industry standards, this ‘Made in India’ machine was the first tracked screener designed with conveyor folding options for containerization by Powerscreen’s Centre of Excellence in Dungannon, Northern Ireland, in collaboration with the Hosur team, to be exported to global markets.

Powerscreen engineering director Ciaran Fanning explained: ‘Using a shipping container transport model, we were able to reduce delivery costs and increase vessel ability while leveraging lower manufacturing costs in India to provide a global product. Extensive collaboration between our Dungannon and Hosur teams has resulted in impeccable build quality with a volume that results in repeatable and reliable production. Although quite popular domestically and in regions close to India, the real success of this product has been the export destinations, particularly Europe and North America, which were previously not explored by the Hosur facility.’

The Warrior 600, since rebranded as the Titan 600, is an entry-level scalping screen that
provides a cost-effective solution in high-volume, smaller-sized applications. From overburden to recycling to a host of aggregates applications, Powerscreen say the compact and agile Titan 600 has excelled both as an independent compact screen and a complement to a crushing train.

‘In reaching the remarkable milestone of 1,000 Warriors/Titans built in India for our global market, we acknowledge the robust relationship between our dedicated teams in India and Northern Ireland,’ said Sean Loughran, business line director at Powerscreen. ‘Blending the expertise of both Dungannon and Hosur sites, the Titan 600 is a cost-effective machine that caters for secondary or recycling screening applications with performance that will increase the bottom line of its owner.’

Amal Benjamin, executive director of MP India, added: ‘This success is also testament to our skilled team members on the factory floor at Hosur, whose dedication and craftmanship have been pivotal in bringing the Warrior to life over the years. This achievement is a true reflection of our global teamwork and commitment to excellence.’

To celebrate the milestone achievement, Terex India hosted an event that included a ceremonial machine unveiling, speeches from key leaders, a vibrant team gathering with fireworks display and group photos.

‘In the spirit of ‘Warrior's Triumph’, we were excited to celebrate the completion of our 1,000th  machine in India,’ said Jaideep Shekhar, vice-president managing director of Asia and EMEAR at Terex Materials Processing.

‘This milestone is not just a numerical achievement, but testament to our relentless pursuit of excellence. Terex India have been on a journey of continued growth since they began manufacturing equipment for Powerscreen in 2009. We express our gratitude to our skilled team members, partnership with the Powerscreen team in Dungannon, and distributors and customers who have been instrumental in this remarkable journey.’


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