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Americas dealer event success for Terex Finlay

Terex Finlay open day

Irish manufacturer introduces five new product launches to regional dealers and customers

TEREX Finlay recently hosted a two-day conference and product demonstration events in Baltimore, Maryland, which attracted more than 300 dealers and customers from North, Central and South America.

Following their recent public debuts at the Hillhead exhibition in June, Terex Finlay launched five new products to the US dealers and customers at the open days in mid-July. The new models previewed at the event included: the 883+ heavy-duty screener; 883+ Spaleck heavy-duty screener; 893 heavy-duty screener; C-1550 cone crusher; and I-100RS impact crusher.

Other machines displayed at the event included: the J-1175 jaw crusher; 684 three-deck inclined screen; J-1170 jaw crusher; and C-1540 cone crusher with new side conveyor configuration.

The product demonstrations were hosted by Savage Stone LLC (quarrying) in Jessup, Maryland, and TopSoil LLC (recycling) in Pasadena, Maryland.

‘This was our first open day for a number of years in North America and we’re delighted not just with the full turnout from our dealer network, but also the high number and quality of end-users who also attended over the course of the two days,’ said Keith McCann, sales & marketing director of Terex Finlay North America.

‘Our new product development process is one of the most rigorous in our industry and this was a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate so many new machines, including their capabilities, robustness, flexibility and ease of use in quarrying, mining and recycling applications to our dealers and customers.’

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