Terex MP acquires specialist producer of mobile volumetric concrete mixers

Canadian-based ProAll is expected to grow Terex MP’s presence both in the US and International concrete markets

Terex Materials Processing (MP) has announced the acquisition of Canada-based ProAll, a specialist producer of mobile volumetric concrete mixers.

ProAll’s volumetric mixers provide make-to-order, mobile concrete delivery that eliminate concerns over delivery time between a concrete plant and a job site by delivering ingredients that are mixed locally and to the exact specifications of each job. While a conventional mixer truck can deliver within two to three hours of the plant, a volumetric mixer can deliver anywhere without the concern over material degrading or setting up in the back of a mixer, the company explained.

In February 2021, Prinoth introduces a tracked concrete mixer for off-road construction projects.

With ProAll already selling to non-US markets, the acquisition adds a new dimension to the current portfolio and is expected to create significant new opportunities for international growth.

The addition of these products will help Terex expand its presence in US concrete markets, where ProAll joins Terex Advance, a producer of front discharge mixer trucks, and Terex Bid-Well, specialists in roller pavers for bridge and canal work, as businesses in the MP portfolio.

Kieran Hegarty, President Terex Materials Processing commented: “ProAll will provide us with exciting prospects to expand into new markets and grow our presence in concrete. We look forward to embarking on this journey together with our new colleagues in Alberta and Texas.”

In September 2021, Renault Trucks supplied new K400-based mixers to Oryx Mix, while in December, it completed the delivery of 10 units of K 380 P6X4 Concrete Mixers to Sijimix.

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