Powerscreen is an expert in the design and manufacture of mobile crushing equipment and mobile screening equipment.
KIVERCO have been manufacturing static and mobile recycling plants for over 25 years.
“Working with the Lincom Group – benefits are huge. They help in selection of the right gear for what you need. The sales personnel go above and beyond to provide the technical data and backup to help make an informed decision. The after sales service is an important aspect of why we choose to work with Lincom. The advice Lincom give is invaluable. To put it simply the guys at Lincom know the equipment, know what works and how to fix the gear. Their knowledge base is why the relationship is successful, anyone can sell equipment.”
Jamie Mitchell ‘General Manager’ – Dekenai Constructions Limited
“Over a period of near on 15 years I have been closely associated with the Lincom Group on several large, varying, and demanding projects. During this period of time Lincom have always given tremendous support, and at times I have expected them to perform well outside the boundaries of what one would call normal commercial relations, however regardless of how demanding I, or the project was, Lincom have never failed to deliver on my expectations.’’
Bob Ware ‘Crushing Superintendent’ – OZ Mining
The CMPA 2019 Annual Dinner was held on Sat 14th at The VIBE Hotel in Marysville. This was a great event for all members and families to socialise and network as a part of the extractive industry. Well done to all involved, successful, fun and engaging event. #CMPA...
September – October 2019 Purchase a set of Jaw Liners and receive 15% off Jaw Liner Wedges, Cheek Plates and associated Nuts & Bolts. **Genuine Terex Jaw Liners in stock for Finlay J960, J1160 Re-Vamp, J1170 & J1480, enquire today!!** Contact your nearest...
Powerscreen® Warrior 2400 ‘heavy duty incline screen’ captured at work on a significant Land Reclamation project at the Lyttleton Port in Christchurch – New Zealand. This is a 2 year Project which involves dredging five hectares of sea bed and replacing it with 3.5...