Superior Industries has announced it plans to acquire the New Mexico-based Cemco.
Cemco is a 60-year-old manufacturing company and originator of the modern Vertical Shaft Impact (VSI) crusher, designed for production of roadbuilding material.
Today, Cemco continues to design and manufacture VSI crushers for the aggregate, recycling, mining and energy markets worldwide.
Superior Industries recently signed a letter of intent to acquire the manufacturer.
“We’re honored that the Hise family has trusted us to carry on an incredible legacy they worked very hard to create,” said Jason Adams, President of Superior Industries. “Our care for employees, customers and the Belen community will continue to be strong.”
With the addition of the Cemco’s VSI line, a 13,000 square metre manufacturing facility in New Mexico, and dozens of experienced employees, Superior takes another step in its goal of providing more opportunities for dealers and a diverse portfolio of proven products for producers.
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The CEMCO VSI is a proven, trusted crusher with capacity rates up to 1,500 tons per hour and models ranging from 75 to 1,000 horsepower in single or dual drive packages. Cemco’s original VSI is still in service today in New Mexico.
Superior Industries engineers and manufactures bulk material processing and handling equipment as well as components.
The 50-year-old manufacturer supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems plus all related parts and services for industries like aggregates and mining. In addition to manufacturing facilities in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Superior is headquartered in Morris, Minnesota, with four additional facilities in the United States and international factories in Brazil and China.