The crusher bucket redefines construction efficiency in the desert


When Egypt’s government unveiled its Vision 2030 at the centre of this comprehensive plan towards prosperity and sustainable growth was the New Administrative Capital.

Building a city from scratch in the unforgiving Egyptian desert is no small feat, the scale and complexity of this ambitious endeavour face many logistical challenges that demand innovative solutions to ensure efficiency without compromising quality the MB Crusher Attachments: A Game-Changing Strategy

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The desert becomes the new frontier in Egypt, with the bold and innovative colossal project of the New Administrative Capital. Its construction began in 2015 and this compelling and captivating development covers 700 square kilometres of desert located 45 kilometers east of Cairo. It will have so many captivating features and mega-projects like the Army octagon, stunning residential, business and administrative districts, a sprawling urban park reminiscent of the Nile, the tallest skyscraper in Africa, an airport, a super mall and much more

In the heart of Egypt's monumental construction project for its new capital city lies a story of innovation and resourcefulness. Amidst rising prices and escalating transportation costs, the project's client chose an unconventional yet groundbreaking approach: MB Crusher attachment BF120.4 to repurpose existing rocks and waste from a nearby project into high-quality aggregate: 

  •  saving a staggering sum of 67,000 Egyptian pounds each day
  • revolutionizing traditional practices
  • enabling large-scale projects to be executed with unprecedented efficiency and sustainability.

The project challenges overcome by using MB Crusher BF120.4

  • location: middle of the desert with no roads
  • escalating prices for construction material
  • the logistical nightmare of transporting material and machinery to and from the site

A Cost-Efficient Vision Unfolds
Faced with these hurdles, an ingenious solution emerged—to utilize the rocks and waste available from a neighbouring project by equipping his Dossan DX340 at the site with an MB Crusher BF120.4 attachment saving 67,000 Egyptian pounds each day.

Savings Unveiled
Savings Unveiled
Savings Unveiled

Savings Unveiled

The decision to recycle materials with the BF120.4 yielded astounding results: 2 million Egyptian pounds per month 

All that is needed to run the MB Crusher bucket is one excavator and one operator, and by producing their aggregate rather than purchasing it from suppliers, the client slashed costs saving 120 Egyptian pounds on every m3.

Producing 280m3 per 8-hour shift and operating with two shifts per day this amounted to a remarkable 560 m3 of aggregate produced and 67,000 Egyptian pounds saved each day!

The client embarked on a transformative endeavour, instead of purchasing aggregate by deploying the MB Crusher bucket, they managed to transform laying around waste material into a valuable component in construction.

The integration of MB Crusher attachment in a large-scale project

MB Crusher's innovative technology completely revolutionizes traditional practices in large-scale projects. The cost-efficiency achieved through these attachments translates into economic savings, contributing to minimizing environmental impact by reducing transportation needs, raw material purchasing and landfill waste. Moreover, the cost-efficiency achieved through MB Crusher attachments translated into economic savings, contributing to solving the logistical challenges while propelling Egypt into a new era 

Egypt is building the New Capital to create many opportunities for housing and employment, the goal is also to eliminate the crowdedness that is one of the biggest problems now in Cairo. This ambitious project, poised to redefine urban landscapes as building a brand new metropolis in the heart of the desert will also mean the need for new transportation and also water.

Streamline Operation and Cost-Efficiency The New Delta project
To upkeep the need for water Egypt is building the largest water treatment plant in the world, with a capacity of 7.5 million m3/day of water.

MB Crusher reduced 40% of the cost of the construction of the 500-kilometre road network needed in this project development while meeting the project deadlines. 


MB Crusher attachment allowed the reduction in labour requirements, from over a dozen individuals and several machineries to just one excavator and operator, do the same on your next project


High-speed train upheld principles of sustainability

2000 kilometres of high-speed rail built in the middle of the desert to increase connectivity and boost economic growth, one of the most ambitious infrastructural projects in recent times. MB Crusher aligns seamlessly with the project's commitment to sustainability while  providing financial savings.



The story of Egypt's New Capital City's construction and desert development empowered by MB Crusher attachments stands as a testament to human innovation. This visionary approach not only solved immediate challenges of cost and logistics but It showcases how thinking outside the conventional norms and leveraging innovative solutions can pave the way for a more efficient, cost-effective, and sustainable future in construction.

This visionary initiative demonstrates that the adoption of MB Crusher attachments not only saved costs and simplified complex operations but also aligned with eco-conscious construction practices.