Belen — As part of the sale, Superior attained a 147,500-square-foot manufacturing facility in the heart of the American Southwest.
“The facility is awesome, the manufacturing reputation is high-grade, but it’s those hard-working men and women of Belen, New Mexico, that we’re most blessed to have in our expanded company,” says Jason Adams, president of Superior Industries. “In fact, we want to double the amount of employees in Belen as soon as we can.”
Job openings will be posted soon to workatsuperior.com, and those interested in employment can reach out any time to [email protected].
The Cemco™ VSI name and design aren’t going anywhere as the pioneering vertical shaft impactor is widely used and very popular in the production of cube-shaped aggregate. Going forward, the company will be rebranded as Superior Industries, but the Cemco VSI name will live on as a trademark for Superior’s VSI crushers.
“This acquisition comes at a time when we’re responding to customers and increasing manufacturing capacity,” says Adams. “The New Mexico facility will be the new home to all of Superior’s impact crushers, increase portable plant manufacturing by about 40 percent, and give us more room to strengthen stock of critical components.”
Superior Industries engineers and manufactures groundbreaking bulk material processing and handling equipment plus cutting-edge components.
The 50-year-old manufacturer supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and conveying systems plus all related parts and services for industries like aggregates and mining. In addition to manufacturing in Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada, Superior is headquartered in Morris, Minn., with four additional U.S. facilities, plus international factories in Brazil and China.
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