MB Crusher holds a series of certifications, including UNI EN ISO 9001:2008, CE, TUV, GOST and RINA (the latter is for welding processes) and it employs Hardox-certified materials to give customers the best possible products.
Our focus on innovation is proven by the number of awards that the company has won over the years, including the prestigious Grand Prix of the International Exhibition of Inventions in Geneva in 2007, something which no Italian company had achieved for more than 20 years.
MB also uses the special hydraulic system, AAA + type. The MB crusher bucket is, in fact, the only one with a low hydraulic demand both in terms of the need for pressure and hydraulic flow rate.
This means higher productivity and quality of the crushed product in all construction sites (in part, thanks to the patent EP 1532321 owned by MB). The extreme compactness and low centre of gravity also improves balance and drastically reduces the strain on the excavator arm, eliminating impact and vibration.
How upbeat are you about Africa’s future prospects?
Africa's infrastructure and mining industry has the biggest potential for growth and opportunities for investment and we think that this could have a significant impact on our crushing and screening equipment.
Due to this positive trend, we are certain that we can play an important role in this development. We hope that with the larger policies and programmes now being implemented across the region, there will be a lot of interest in MB products.
At the macro level, we can now explore a lot of public and private sector investments and overall infrastructure initiatives taking place.