Powerscreen wins world awards
- 29 November 2010
- Company & Industry News
Powerscreen, one of the world's leading providers of mobile crushing, screening and washing equipment, was presented two awards at the second World Demolition Awards in Amsterdam.
Held on 5th November 2010, Powerscreen had been nominated for two awards: Customer Service/Support and Series Product Innovation. Powerscreen Global Product Line Director Damian Power, said that "Powerscreen was delighted to be nominated in both categories, but to win both awards against such well regarded competition is a fantastic achievement for our team."
In the Series Innovation category, Powerscreen competed against Caterpillar, Liebherr, LST Group, Komatsu, Volvo and Sagro and was announced winner for the PowerscreenŽ Aggwash product that was launched in June 2010 and previewed at the Hillhead exhibition. A key feature of the Aggwash is its ability to offer operators the flexibility to easily re-locate a complete wash plant operation, eliminating the need for machinery duplication. Additionally the Aggwash allows operators to work in constrained sites because of its compact size, zero exhaust emissions and low noise levels.
In the Customer Support category, Powerscreen faced Liebherr, and on this occasion the judges awarded first place to both companies. As Damian Power explains, "Powerscreen works closely with customers to understand their equipment and aftermarket requirements. Our customer support incorporates a range of services including training, highly responsive technical engineers, parts, warranty and financial services."
The Powerscreen entry focused on its commitment to send service engineers around the world to assist customers, citing the case of two such engineers who travelled from the UK to Suriname to install the Powerscreen screens and crushers on a month-long project. "We are dedicated to surpassing our customers' needs and stand ready to demonstrate Powerscreen's commitment to world-class customer satisfaction, wherever it may take us," Power said.