Low-Profile Drive-Over Truck Unloader Maximizes Efficiency
April 14th, 2011
Category: Transfer Conveyors
Yankton, South Dakota- KPI-JCI designs innovative manufacturing equipment to increase efficiency and profitability within the material-handling, mining, quarry and recycling industries. Today, they are unveiling a new LOW PRO Drive-Over Truck Unloader.
“We have engineered a heavy-duty product that is easy to use and environmentally friendly. If the LOW PRO Drive-Over Truck Unloader is paired with KPI-JCI’s SuperStacker®, companies will maximize loads, minimize fuel costs and increase profitability,” says Mike Johnson, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at KPI-JCI.
The low 3’ profile of the 48” LOW PRO means operators spend less time prepping the work site with earthen ramps and more time unloading and stockpiling materials. The unloader’s compact design makes it easy to move to multiple locations on a given site and eliminates the time spent unloading machinery to and from a trailer, maximizing productivity.
KPI-JCI is dedicated to keeping sites up and running so companies can complete the task-at-hand. To help keep projects on schedule, LOW PRO parts and services are available from local dealers and representatives.
KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens, Astec companies (NASDAQ: ASTE), is a world-wide leader in manufacturing equipment for the aggregate, construction, paving and recycling industries. As an innovative, high integrity manufacturer, KPI-JCI develops quality, state-of-the-art products and has the ability to engineer custom products because of a highly qualified engineering staff.
KPI and JCI joined together in 1997 with the purchase of JCI by Astec Industries. KPI and JCI joined together in 2006 in a marketing effort under the KPI-JCI logo. Astec Mobile Screens and KPI-JCI joined sales and marketing efforts in the spring of 2008. KPI-JCI and Astec Mobile Screens proudly manufacture its products in Yankton, South Dakota, Eugene, Oregon and Sterling, Illinois. For more information, call (605) 668-2524 or visit the Web sites at
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