The recent announcement of certain Terex Roadbuilding product lines being sold to Fayat, and changes in the Roadbuilding line manufactured in Oklahoma City, Okla., will not affect the Terex MPS products built there, according to the company. The OKC plant remains a Terex facility and is not included in the Fayat transaction.
Terex Minerals Processing Systems (MPS) includes a range of crushing equipment and wheeled plants that originally joined the Terex portfolio as part of the Cedarapids acquisition in 1999. These products have been fully integrated into the comprehensive MPS product line, and have been manufactured at the Terex facility in OKC for more than two and half years.
The former Cedarapids businesses have been managed separately for several years, with crushing and screening equipment as part of the Terex Materials Processing segment, while Roadbuilding products have been part of the Terex Construction segment.
Terex MPS will continue to build jaw crushers, cone crushers, impactors, and wheeled plants in OKC along with screens, feeders and VSI’s in its factory in Durand, Mich. Other segments of Terex will also continue operations at OKC. The MPS product offering is not changing as a result of the sale of the roadbuilding product lines that are being sold.
“Terex MPS has delivered multiple years of growth that are the result of hard work by our team and by our dealers, and most of all because our customers choose our products. We will continue to launch new products, seek to grow the business, and look forward to serving our customers,” the company said.