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Mellott Company, Aggregate Plant at Maryland Materials

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Mellott Company builds systems components and assembles different kinds of quarry and crushing equipment. In this panorama you can see the plant that Mellott Company built for Maryland Materials company. The plant features a Metso C140 jaw crusher, a Metso GP300 cone crusher, and a Metso HP500 cone crusher. You can also see two bottom-fed surge piles and a wash plant. The plant was designed to be retrofitted for expanded production in the future.

Visit www.mellottcompany.com for more information about the company's capabilities and offerings.

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