Metso has hit the landmark of 1 000+ delivered projects in the past decade for stationary aggregate crushing and screening plants. These projects include complete and modular stationary plant deliveries, as well as optimisation projects for brownfield plants worldwide. In 2018 alone, Metso delivered more than 30 stationary plant optimisation projects.

Metso Stationary Plant

“Our track record in complete stationary plants started way back in the 1950s,” says Bruno Peix, Vice President of Systems at Metso’s Aggregates Equipment business area. “All in all, we are talking about thousands of Metso plant solutions operating worldwide, in more than 50 countries and in all climatic conditions – from +45° to -45°,” he adds.

To celebrate the development in the 2010’s, Metso is redesigning the stationary plant offering. “Metso is known for the high quality of our solutions, and our stationary plant offering is designed to reflect that perception,” explains Peix.

Metso PrimeSite tailored plant solutions offer all the elements needed to set up a new stationary crushing and screening plant. For existing quarries looking to upgrade and boost their current crushing and screening process, we offer Metso SiteBooster(TM) plant optimisation.

“High-quality equipment is important in project deliveries like PrimeSite and SiteBooster. But equally important is the whole process – from design and engineering to aftersales support – and how the project is managed,” adds Peix. “At Metso, the same project team works with the customer from the design phase to start-up. This way we can make sure that Metso and the customer are on top of things and that there is transparency, which creates mutual trust.”

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