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Moose Horn Quarry Partners with MB America

One-of-a-kind crusher buckets reduce rock to gravel without leaving the job site



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Moose Horn Quarry becomes first Alaskan company to use one-of-a-kind, rock crushing technology to improve efficiency

 

(Anchorage, Alaska) – In its ongoing commitment to being an industry leader in efficiency and cost-effectiveness, Moose Horn Quarry, located in Chugiak, Alaska, recently partnered with North American-based MB America to use the cutting-edge MB crusher buckets at select job sites.

The proprietary technology is used throughout a multitude of industries, which includes construction and excavation, road work, quarries, mines and environmental reclamation projects. The crusher bucket is used to crush and recycle inert materials on-site to be reused as gravel and fill. Already prevalent all over the world, MB crusher buckets are rapidly gaining popularity in North America as businesses strive to become more efficient, cost effective and ‘greener.’

“We are thrilled to introduce MB crusher buckets to our job sites in an effort to reduce waste and decrease overall costs,” said David Mallars, president of Moose Horn Quarry. “In our continued effort to further establish our company as an environmental steward, we felt it was extremely important to make an investment that would allow us to significantly reduce waste at our job sites.”

MB S.p.A., the parent company of MB America, was founded in Italy in 2001 and is the worldwide leader in the production and marketing of crushing and screening attachments in the fields of earthmoving, demolition and recycling. MB America, located in Reno, Nev., is the national distributor for sales and service in the United States.  MB’s wide range of products, which include crusher buckets, screening buckets, universal quick couplings and iron separators, are constantly expanded and rigorously certified. The impact of the products can reduce processing costs, time and material transports, all the while significantly contributing to environmental protection.

“There really isn’t any other technology on the market like the MB crusher buckets and we’re thrilled to be working with  Moose Horn Quarry to help establish them as a model for clean development,” said Miriano Ravazzolo, CEO of MB America. “We are committed to working with a variety of industries and businesses of all sizes and look forward to creating long-lasting relationships with companies throughout Alaska and North America.”

Moose Horn Quarry will be crushing natural stones and rocks before taking the next step to crush concrete waste and recycle asphalt. Moose Horn Quarry is a part of Alaska Divers & Underwater Salvage that will work with construction projects around Moose Horn Pit. Alaska Divers & Underwater Salvage works with salvaging marine materials.

 

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