Kleemann GmbH

The trend will with certainty continue onward toward mobile machine technology. Mobile plants can be
used flexibly in both geographical, chronological and application terms, and this makes the investment ­decision easier. In addition, modern technology also permits mobile production of high-quality crushed rock;
this will also be the trend in stone products in the future. The rule in recycling will continue to be: high output and easy transportation. And, against the background of continuously rising energy prices, overall plant efficiency will play an ever more important role.

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