Screen Machine Industries

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Screen Machine Industries, Inc. formerly known as Ohio Central Steel Co., was founded in 1966 originally as a steel fabricating and manufacturing business. Screen Machine Industries is a manufacturer of portable rock crushers and screening plants for aggregate base, topsoil, compost and green waste materials located in the United States. Today Screen Machine Industries has its headquarters and manufacturing facility in Etna, Ohio (near Columbus, Ohio).

The company has produced specialized equipment to crush, screen, wash and stockpile aggregate material, topsoil and compost for over 45 years. As of 2012, the company has 6 patented features available only on Screen Machine's equipment line of twenty one different models.

Over the years, Screen Machine Industries has received commendations for the United States Department of Commerce Export Achievement Award in 2006,[1] the Gold Award in 2007 from the Roads & Bridges publication for their "Contractor's Choice Awards",[2] the Governor's Award in 2007 for housing and community development,[3] and the 2009 Ohio eAward for Excellence in Exporting.and the Governors Award in 2007 for housing and community development.[4]

Moving forward, in 2011 Screen Machine Industries partnered with the US Air Force to deliver equipment to an airbase in Kandahar, Afghanistan.[5] That same year Screen Machine Industries hosted Governor Mitt Romney for a campaign rally.[6] Company President & CEO Steve spoke at the 2012 Republican National Convention.[7] Once again in 2012 Screen Machine Industries hosted Governor Mitt Romney for a speech.[8]

Aggflow recently added Screen Machine Industries products to their software for use by aggregate engineers.[9] Also in 2012 the Association of Equipment Manufacturers awarded Screen Machine with the "I Make America" Gold-Level award[10] followed up by achieving the same award in 2013.[11]

Equipment types[edit]

Recent Product Releases[edit]

  • CST Cone Crusher Released[12]
  • JHT Jaw Crusher Released[13]
  • Spyder 512T Screen Released[14]
  • 6036T Tracked Conveyor Released[15]

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