Terex Pegson Limited is part of the Terex Corporation. Pegson has it's headquarters in the town of Coalville, Leicestershire County, England, U.K. It also has a distribution center for North America in Louisville, Kentucky.
Terex Pegson is a UK manufacturer of mobile crushing machines.
The Terex Pegson's crushing machines are predominantly used in material processing and aggregates extraction. Pegson also makes machines and equipment for the demolition, recycling and reclamation industries. As a company it has produced specialized crushing equipment to allow effective reclamation of building materials for over 40 years.
The Mauvoisin Dam high in the Swiss Alps was built in 1959 from recyclable materials crushed and processed by Terex Pegson equipment.
Terex Pegson was originally founded in 1830 as Samuel Pegg and Son. It was then merged with Brown Lennox in 1996 after being purchased by the Irish screening company, Powerscreen. Finally, Powerscreen was bought by the Terex Corporation in 1999.
Pegson Automax 1300
Pegson Automax 1300 automatic mobile cone crusher at a dealer near Moerdijk, the Netherlands.