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Lippmann crushing systems enter the Rest of World, expanding on it’s legendary crushing experience.

Lippmann is proud to announce its entrance into the Rest of World (ROW) crushing and screening market. The company has teamed up with multiple distributors renowned for their industry knowledge and high levels of customer service support.

With a legacy that covers nearly 100 years in North America commencing operations in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, in 1923, Lippmann began with heavy-duty jaw crushers that have become world-renowned. Continuous development and innovation have seen the company grow into a premier aggregates processing equipment manufacturer.

In recent years, Lippmann has seen opportunities for growth beyond its current primary markets in the United States and Canada. The hard rock processing requirements across the key ROW markets enable a natural fit for the applications that are best suited to Lippmann crushing systems.

“Taking this step exhibiting at Bauma is an exciting time for Lippmann,” says Kevin Kiesgen, VP Lippmann. “We look forward to the growth that the next one, ten and 100 years in crushing markets throughout the world have to offer, there is much opportunity.”

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Since its formation in 1923, Lippmann has continuously designed and manufactured quality aggregate processing equipment. The company began as Lippmann Engineering Works, and the design of heavy-duty Jaw Crushers became the cornerstone of the Lippmann product line. Today, Lippmann continues to build the heaviest and most reliable Jaw Crushers on the market, along with its expanded line of proven aggregate processing equipment designed to increase productivity and reduce costs. Our products include a complete line of Primary Jaw Crushers, innovative Primary and Secondary Impact Crushers and Cone Crushers, Vibrating Grizzly Feeders, complete two-stage Jaw / Impactor Crushing Systems, and an extended line of ancillary products.