Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a new dealer partnership with Maverick Environmental Equipment in Ohio.
“The team at Maverick comes to work everyday with lots of energy, high enthusiasm, and spirited passion for the success of customers,” says Brad Osebold, Superior’s sales manager throughout the Great Lakes region. “The cultures of our two companies — including a strong distaste for corporate bureaucracy — align well and I’m excited for producers in Ohio to take advantage of this new alliance.”
Throughout Ohio, Maverick Environmental Equipment will sell, service and support Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment and parts. The manufacturer’s diverse product portfolio includes jaw, cone, HSI and VSI crushers; horizontal, inclined and grizzly feeding vibratory equipment; scrubbing, classifying, washing and dewatering solutions; plus unloading, transferring and stacking conveyors including Superior’s famous TeleStacker® Conveyor.
Established in 2016, Maverick Environmental Equipment evolved from a group of men and women who have been dedicated to aggregate processing for more than two decades. In Ohio, stock equipment, parts inventory, and skilled teams of mobile service technicians are based in Newbury and Breman, Ohio.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a new dealer partnership with James River Equipment throughout the US states of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
James River Equipment will offer, service, and support Superior’s full line of crushing equipment, conveyors, horizontal and inclined vibratory screens, and solutions for washing, classifying, scrubbing and dewatering. The companies will work together to tailor designs to each customer in stationary, modular, or portable applications.
“We have so much in common with James River and that’s going to make this partnership such a valuable resource for the region’s aggregate producers,” says Scott Gulan, Superior’s equipment sales manager. “We’re excited to visit all the quarries in the area and introduce our relentlessly supported processing and handling equipment.”
The new venture will showcase all of the similarities and qualities the two companies share. From exceptional customer service to investment in employees, Superior says it’s adding another quality full-line dealer to its network of top-of-the-line aggregate equipment dealers.
“While we have been engaged in mobile crushing and screening plants for the last ten years, Superior gives us the opportunity to offer customers first-class products that we haven’t had in our portfolio,” says John Grantier, vice president of sales for James River. “We think it is going to be a game-changer and allow us to truly be a “one-stop shop” for our material processing customers.”
About James River Equipment
In 1977, the Romer Family purchased their first John Deere dealership in Virginia, creating James River Equipment. With the strong leadership of Mark Romer and other operational partners, they have grown to over 40 locations in the Virginias and Carolinas. Their experience, culture, and focus on customer service has made them one of the most distinguished John Deere dealerships in the country.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, recently completed design and manufacturing work on what they’re considering to be the world’s largest telescopic radial stacking conveyor.
The brand-new TeleStacker® Conveyor model is a 48-inch-wide by 210-feet-long telescoping conveyor (1220mm x 64m). It’s capable of building 425,000 ton stockpiles (315,000 cubic yards). Superior says the record-breaking stacker will be used to unload dry bulk ships along the Atlantic Coast in Florida.
Operators at the port will take advantage of the TeleStacker Conveyor’s PilePro™ Automation. This user-friendly, Superior designed and supported system automatically controls the stacker’s actions while building partially or fully-desegregated stockpiles. Some popular features include pile volume reporting, maintenance triggers and diagnostics screens.
In 2022, Superior is celebrating 25 years of manufacturing its famous TeleStacker® Conveyor. During that time, the conveyor has earned a reputation as the best tool for defeating costly material segregation while bulk stockpiling. Superior says it manufactures about a dozen standard sizes and is always willing to customize every inch of the conveyor for premiere performance in any application.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is proud to appoint the Resansil Group as its full line aggregate equipment dealer in the Dominican Republic. A full line dealer sells, services and supports all of Superior’s product segments including portable, modular and stationary crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment.
“Resansil is well-known in the region and has a great enthusiasm for serving their customers,” says Roland Duer, Superior’s business development manager in Latin America. “We share similar roots and business models and we’re all looking forward to helping aggregate producers lower cost per ton in the Dominican Republic.”
Throughout the region, Resansil now represents Superior’s American-made brands of conveying equipment including the TeleStacker® Conveyor; all crushers like the Patriot® Cone, Liberty® Jaw and the manufacturers impact crushers; all wet processing solutions for washing, classifying, scrubbing and dewatering; and Superior’s growing line of vibratory equipment including horizontal and inclined screens.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of aggregate processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a growing partnership with its longest serving equipment dealer. General Aggregate Equipment Sales — who purchased their first Superior conveyor way back in the early 1980s — will now represent the manufacturer’s full-line of equipment in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. A full-line dealer carries all of Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment plus parts.
Just like their existing partnership in several U.S. states in the Upper Midwest, General Aggregate Equipment Sales will sell, service and support Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment in Manitoba and Saskatchewan as well. Superior’s diverse product portfolio includes jaw, cone, HSI and VSI crushers; horizontal, inclined and grizzly feeding vibratory equipment; scrubbing, classifying, washing and dewatering solutions; plus unloading, transferring and stacking conveyors including the manufacturer’s famous TeleStacker® Conveyor.
In addition to 10 branches in the U.S., General Aggregate Equipment Sales houses its Canadian operations from branches in Winnipeg and Regina. The dealer boasts a massive inventory of machinery and parts, dozens of skilled service technicians and an in-house financing department. The dealer is set to host its famous Aggregate Expo from March 8-9, 2022, in Fargo, North Dakota.
General Aggregate Equipment Sales invested in their first Superior brand conveyor during the fall of 1982. It was a small 24” x 75’ radial stacker. Since then, the equipment dealer has ordered 2,500 more Superior manufactured machines including the largest buyer of TeleStacker Conveyors in the world. While the numbers are impressive, Superior says it shows General Aggregate Equipment Sales is exceptionally committed to having iron on the ground when their customers call.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is proud to announce a dealer partnership with FIMSA throughout all of Mexico. The Durango-based distributor now represents Superior’s growing line of crushing and screening equipment including jaws, cones, VSI and HSI crushers, plus horizontal, inclined and grizzly vibratory machines.
“The enthusiasm for Superior’s refreshing customer-centered approach to manufacturing and service is expanding rapidly around the world,” says Rogelio Gaitan, FIMSA’s managing director. “We’re excited to bring this excitement to Mexico’s crushing and screening operations.”
Since about 2015, Superior Industries has aggressively grown its crushing and screening portfolio through voice-of-the-customer designs backed by one of the largest aftermarket support teams in the aggregate and mining sector. Today, Superior’s products include more than 50 models of crushers and another 50 models of vibratory screens and feeders. Equipment is sold as bare machinery or packaged as portable or modular plants.
“All of the options means our teams will work closely to provide our customers with complete solutions,” says Gaitan. “We’re equipped with the turnkey capabilities, engineering, manufacturing and product resources to get our customers exactly what they need.”
Founded in 1969, FIMSA is a market leading solutions provider for design, manufacturing, installation and full plant subcontract operations within Mexico’s aggregates and mining industries. FIMSA has over 140 staff members, with a sales force distributed throughout Mexico to offer effective and personalized service.
SUPERIOR SE UNE A FIMSA PARA LA TRITURACIÓN Y EL CRIBADO EN MÉXICO
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., fabricante y proveedor global de sistemas de manipulación y procesamiento de materiales a granel con sede en Estados Unidos, se enorgullece de anunciar una asociación de distribuidores con FIMSA en todo México. El distribuidor con sede en Durango ahora representa la creciente línea de equipos de trituración y de cribado de Superior, que incluye trituradoras de mandíbulas, de conos, VSI y HSI y máquinas vibratorias horizontales, inclinadas y Grizzly.
“El entusiasmo por el refrescante enfoque de Superior centrado en el cliente para la fabricación y el servicio se está expandiendo rápidamente por todo el mundo”, afirma Rogelio Gaitán, director general de FIMSA. “Estamos ansiosos por traer esta emoción a las operaciones de trituración y de cribado en México”.
Desde 2015, aproximadamente, Superior Industries ha hecho crecer notablemente su cartera de productos de trituración y cribado mediante diseños de voz del cliente respaldados por uno de los mayores equipos de asistencia posventa del sector de los áridos y de la minería. Hoy, los productos Superior incluyen más de 50 modelos de trituradoras y otros 50 modelos de cribas y alimentadoras vibratorias. El equipo se vende como maquinaria descubierta o empaquetadas como plantas portátiles o modulares.
“Todas las opciones significan que nuestros equipos trabajarán estrechamente para ofrecer soluciones completas a nuestros clientes”, dice Gaitán. “Estamos equipados con las capacidades de llave en mano, la ingeniería, la fabricación y los recursos de productos para dar a nuestros clientes exactamente lo que necesitan”.
Fundada en 1969, FIMSA es un proveedor de soluciones líder en el mercado en el diseño, la fabricación, la instalación y las operaciones de subcontratación de plantas completas entre las industrias de áridos y de minería de México. FIMSA tiene más de 140 empleados, con una fuerza de ventas distribuida por todo México para ofrecer un servicio eficiente y personalizado.
Sobre Superior Industries, Inc. Gracias a Rock Face to Load Out®, Superior Industries diseña y fabrica innovadores equipos de procesamiento y manipulación de materiales a granel y modernos componentes. Desde su sede en Morris, Minnesota, EE. UU., el fabricante suministra sistemas de trituración, cribado, lavado y transporte a granel y todas las piezas y los servicios relacionados para industrias como las de áridos y de minería. Además de tener su planta central, Superior opera desde otras tres instalaciones en EE. UU., además de fábricas internacionales en Canadá, Brasil y China. (www.superior-ind.com)
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is excited to announce a growing partnership with its longest serving equipment dealer. General Equipment & Supplies, Inc. — who purchased their first Superior conveyor way back in the early 1980s — will represent Superior’s full-line of equipment in two more states: Minnesota and North Dakota. A full-line dealer carries all of Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment plus parts.
“Since General Equipment’s home office is less than 100 miles from our Minnesota headquarters, this proximity has encouraged a constant exchange of ideas that have significantly improved our company,” says John Garrison, Superior’s vice president of sales. “We’re all very excited to expand our partnership in the region, which will create so many more positive opportunities for our customers, employees and all of their families.”
Just like our existing partnership in Nebraska and Iowa, General Equipment will sell, service and support Superior’s crushing, screening, washing and conveying equipment in Minnesota and North Dakota as well. Superior’s diverse, American-made product portfolio includes jaw, cone, HSI and VSI crushers; horizontal, inclined and grizzly feeding vibratory equipment; scrubbing, classifying, washing and dewatering solutions; plus unloading, transferring and stacking conveyors including the manufacturer’s famous TeleStacker® Conveyor.
“Superior has attracted many key industry engineers to their business, which is greatly advancing their product offering, quality and support,” says Don Kern, vice president of the dealer’s aggregates equipment sales. “They have diligently maintained an American-made, family-oriented, customer first philosophy that competing manufacturers have forgotten about.”
General Equipment and Supplies invested in their first Superior brand conveyor during the fall of 1982. It was a small 24” x 75’ radial stacker. Since then, the equipment dealer has ordered almost 2,500 more Superior manufactured machines including the largest buyer of TeleStacker Conveyors in the world. While the numbers are impressive, Superior says it shows General Equipment is exceptionally committed to having iron on the ground when their customers call.
Today, General Equipment & Supplies has ten branches throughout four Midwestern states. They boast a massive inventory of machinery and parts, dozens of skilled service technicians and an in-house financing department.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a US-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, recently completed development of a new model TeleStacker® Conveyor for loading dry bulk cargo ships. This multi-purpose, highly mobile conveyor incorporates truck unloading and ship loading capabilities into a single machine.
“Since expanding our TeleStacker Conveyor to marine-based applications in the early 2000’s, we’ve collected hundreds of data points, design preferences and functional requirements from operators and engineers,” says Scott Gulan, sales manager at Superior. “We gathered all of their feedback and combined it with the knowledge we’ve gained to produce an impressive, multi-functional ship loading conveyor.”
Mobility, says Superior, is one of the most important functions of the new Ship Loading TeleStacker Conveyor. All-wheel travel capability means moves are easy throughout confined quays and terminals including carousel, crab, parallel, inline and radial movements. Adjusting wheel positions takes less than a minute, which means moving from hatch to hatch or from storage to operation is easier and faster than ever. Many movements can take place during active material handling to maintain consistent feeding of the ship.
Another important, groundbreaking feature is the conveyor’s integrated truck unloading system. That means the truck’s ramps, hopper and conveyor are all connected to the tail end of the TeleStacker Conveyor. Owners and operators will eliminate costly double-handling and preserve material quality from bed of truck to hold of ship. The incorporated truck unloader is operated by the same power source, which lifts or lowers the undercarriage during transportation or adjustment of the truck target.
“Since the unloading and loading machines are one, they move and operate seamlessly and neatly,” says Gulan. “This greatly reduces all the time it takes for operators who historically managed the relocation of several pieces of gear.”
Superior says adding a Ship Loading TeleStacker Conveyor can improve your reputation as a good corporate neighbor as several environmentally-friendly features are incorporated into the design. These include fugitive material reduction and collection systems like fully-sealed transfer points and load zones, enclosed belting, drip pans, spray bars and dust collection systems. The mobile conveyors are quiet, compact and finished with corrosion resistant coatings and hardware.
The first TeleStacker Conveyor was manufactured in 1997 and the original unit still actively stockpiles at a quarry in the United States today. Twenty-five years later, Superior’s telescopic conveyor has earned top market share and is admired for heavy-duty engineering, high quality manufacturing, best in class components and big performance. Unique standard features include a patented undercarriage for rock-solid support, largest diameter cables, mechanically-designed safety components, load sharing stinger support rolls and a winch system installed away from any material drop zones.
“As a conveyor producer, one of Superior’s most significantly unique qualities is the design and manufacturing of our own idlers, pulleys and conveyor accessories,” says Gulan. “It’s the problem-solving characteristics of these conveyor parts that truly separate Superior’s material handling equipment as best-in-class.”
The Ship Loading TeleStacker Conveyor is best suited to load Panamax vessels and conveniently packages inside containers for overseas shipping. Models include units for both rear truck unloading and compact side unloading. The 170-foot-long (52m) conveyor’s belt is 42-inches (1,065mm) wide for production of up to 1,500 tons per hour (1,360 MTPH).
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a U.S.-based manufacturer and global supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is launching a new model of its popular Zipline® Overland Conveyors. The new EXT Series expands the range of the modular conveyor product line for longer and wider material handling applications.
Zipline Conveyors target bulk producers looking for overland conveyors that require little or no pre-engineering for express deliveries and are designed for quick assembly in the field. Today, with the addition of the new EXT Series, Zipline Conveyors are available in lengths up to 2,500 (762m) feet and belt widths up to 48-inches (1,220mm).
Between the head and tail are a series of 40-foot (12.2m) intermediate sections designed with 8-inch (200mm) channel and 2-foot (610mm) tall support stands. Standard Zipline Conveyor models are equipped with mechanical take-ups for shorter distances, but the new EXT Series includes a gravity take-up tower to accommodate longer distance overland conveying.
All of the conveyor components — like the pulleys, idlers and scrapers — are also manufactured in-house. This unique advantage means higher quality, faster deliveries and all-inclusive support from Superior Industries.
Morris, Minn. – Superior Industries, Inc., a global manufacturer and supplier of bulk material processing and handling systems, is honored to be selected as the material handling supplier for NRG Argentina’s (NRG) new frac sand plant in Río Negro, Argentina. Industrial Accessories Company (IAC), NRG’s EPC contractor for the project, has a long history of successfully partnering with Superior Industries on several frac sand projects.
“During North America’s fracking boom in the 2010’s, Superior quickly became the preferred manufacturer of conveyors for unloading, transferring and stockpiling frac sand,” says Roland Duer, the conveyor manufacturer’s manager of business development throughout Latin America. “Those customers appreciate high quality products, dedicated aftermarket support and our uniquely integrated manufacturing, which uses our very own idlers, pulleys and accessories in addition to the conveyor structure we design and build.”
At the writing of this release, more than 750-meters of conveyors were en route to NRG’s new frac sand plant. Highlights include a 56-meter TeleStacker® Conveyor. These automated radial telescopic stacking conveyors are capable of building extreme volume stockpiles in excess of 302,000 metric tons. Additionally, NRG will utilize a pair of portable RazerTail® Truck Unloaders to transfer frac sand from trucks. Other conveyors will be installed throughout the dry plant creating a quiet, environmentally-friendly material handling operation.
“Having Superior as a supplier is a clear example of the importance for NRG to incorporate good technologies and best practices that take care of the environment and, at the same time, offer solutions to the customers,” said César Güercio, CEO of NRG Argentina S.A.
Superior says it is proud its conveying equipment will be an active participant in Argentina’s effort to achieve energy independence.