Eighteen years ago, the vision was to manufacture a mobile crusher that could attach itself to a range of excavators, with the crushing capabilities of a traditional crusher, but with the flexibility to crush on-site and in difficult areas. Thus, Carlo Azzolin and his family introduced a new type of machinery to the market: the crusher bucket.
Present day, the family business known as MB Crusher, led by Azzolin’s five children, has expanded worldwide, with seven international subsidiaries and an extensive network of dealers and distributors who sell to more than 150 countries.
Over the years, the company expanded its first original BF90.3 crusher bucket, a patented jaw crusher, into a full product line with several model variations and sizes. Initially created for excavators, the company has expanded its crusher line to include attachments for skid loaders, loaders, and backhoes.
The mobile crushers allow contractors to recycle waste materials immediately on the jobsite rather than have the materials transported to a static crusher. The crushing attachments can crush reinforced and non-reinforced concrete, natural stone, and asphalt into reusable aggregate materials for base or fill.
MB’s crushing product line has expanded to include trommel screening attachments, 360° rotation grapples, and dual and single head rotary drum cutters for applications including demolition, excavation, quarries and mining, road work, pipeline work, and environmental reclamation projects.
The company has continued to shape and evolve the crushing industry while keeping in mind the customers’ needs and providing them with a cost-effective and greener option for the environment.
For more information, visit www.mbamerica.com.