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Terrafirma shows drive for bigger and better at Customer Appreciation Days

An SBM Remax 1312 mobile impact crusher  in action crushing recycled concrete.
An SBM Remax 1312 mobile impact crusher in action crushing recycled concrete.

Edmonton's Terrafirma Equipment has always been a family run operation, a philosophy that was very much on display as the company kicked off its Customer Appreciation Days August 23.

A way to celebrate the strong relationship that Terrafirma has developed with its clients in the aggregates, recycling and other industries, the event brought together industry professionals and suppliers for conversation, demos and equipment demos.

Visitors had the opportunity to see machines from SBM (including a brand new Remax 500 impact crusher that arrived just in time for the event), MFL,  Rubble Master and others in operation, and were also able to network with reps from other lines Terrafirma carries. 

Customer Appreciation Days continues through August 25.

Terrafirma's shop and yard were open for customers to visit and explore, along with a demo area next door.
A Rubble Master HS7500M screen processing material into several sizes.
The SBM Remax 500 impact crusher arrived just in time for Customer Appreciation Days.

Company info

Oberweis 401
Oberweis,
AT, 4664

Website:
sbm-mp.at/en

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393 Pilot Dr.
Valparaiso, IN
US, 46383

Website:
rubblemaster-americas.com

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