Astec companies debut new logos
Tina Grady Barbaccia | December 21, 2010
Astec companies Telsmith, Inc., Breaker Technology, Inc. (BTI), and Osborn Engineered Products have debuted newly designed logos, which the group of companies says supports its marketing initiatives.
Astec Industries Vice President Rick Patek says the new logos “are a symbol of the size and strength of the Astec organization.
“Although each Astec company is an independent operation committed to customer-focused relationships and targeted product development, their collaboration within the Astec family of companies offers customers superior single-source solutions backed by a worldwide network of product engineers, distributors, manufacturing facilities, and parts and service support,” he continues in a written announcement.
Mequon, Wisc.-based Telsmith, Inc. is a manufacturer of minerals processing equipment and fully integrated systems to companies within the crushed stone, sand & gravel, concrete and asphalt recycling and metals mining industries. Its primary products include cone crushers, jaw crushers, primary and secondary impact crushers, portable and modular crushing plants, stationery systems, washing equipment, vibrating screens and feeders, and portable and stationery conveyors.
BTI manufactures and distributes of a wide range of mine, quarry, and construction & demolition equipment. Specializing in hydraulic hammers, mobile rock breakers, stationary and portable rockbreaker systems, construction and demolition attachments, BTI is also well recognized for its full line of underground utility vehicles including mobile scalers, scissors lifts, crane trucks, lube trucks, anfo loaders, shotcrete mixers and placers, cassette systems and personnel vehicles.
Osborn Engineered Products is based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and serves the mining and quarry industries as a manufacturer of minerals processing equipment. Its primary products include cone crushers, jaw crushers, apron feeders, coal crushers, modular stationery systems and large mining vibrating screens and feeders.
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