EvoQuip, a United Kingdom-based business unit of Connecticut-based Terex Corp., is commemorating five years in the compact crushing and screening business. This summer, EvoQuip help an hour-long virtual celebration viewed by nearly 100 distributors around the world.
Launched with the goal of offering “a simplified range of equipment to the crushing and screening industry,” EvoQuip says it is now one of the top three compact crushing and screening brands in the world.
Its models include the Bison 35 crusher, the larger Cobra 290R and the Harrier 220 and Colt 1600 screeners. EvoQuip says its product range also has developed to include tracked mobile conveyors, high- and low-level feeders and radial stockpilers and hybrid offerings, some designed to give customers alternative energy options to operate their equipment.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, EvoQuip changed its initial celebratory plans for this milestone from an in-person event to a virtual one. Hosted by Northern Irish actor and comedian Tim McGarry, dealers were able to witness a customized EvoQuip song, a timeline of the last five years, a live quiz where some of the team members’ knowledge was put to the test, a raffle and the first ever EvoQuip Dealer Awards.
EvoQuip Dealer Award honorees included Mobile Screening and Crushing (MSC) from New Zealand, who won Global Dealer of the Year. MSC achieves sales targets, has a strong online presence and is “wholly invested in the EvoQuip brand,” says the Terex business unit.
“EvoQuip brings value to customers by providing intuitive equipment that is simple to operate and maintain, fuel efficient and easy to transport,” remarks Barry O’Hare, EvoQuip business line director. “Since joining EvoQuip over two years ago, I have seen the business grow from strength to strength and we couldn’t do that without our global distribution network. I’d like to thank our dealers and customers for their support over the last five years, and together we look forward to the future.”