Updated 10th May 2016
MB Crusher – Solutions and innovations for Crushing and Recycling
For over 15 years MB has been a leader in the fields of crushing, demolition and recycling, by designing, producing and selling the very first jaw bucket crusher.
Since 2001, MB has offered the largest line of patented crusher buckets all over the world. From the beginning the bucket crusher has offered revolutionary characteristics with fabrication at the highest standards in the market, for instance with the extensive use of Hardox for the wear parts.
With extensive innovation and development, MB now offers crusher buckets for excavators, skid loaders, and backhoes of all sizes.
The values of the family owned business have enabled MB to reach levels of internationally recognized excellence: founded and headquartered in Italy, the company establishes itself globally through 7 international subsidiaries with logistic centers located on different continents, as well as an extensive network of authorized dealers and service support throughout the world.
The biggest advantage at MB is the quality of its organization. Inside the new MB Headquarters, with a total area of over 180,000 square feet, MB manages all phases, from research and development to production to sales. The company controls the complete supply chain to ensure the products are of the highest “Made in Italy” quality.
MB always looks forward to the future through the development of new tools and accessories to satisfy customers’ needs.
MB products are the most effective means in constructions and excavations, but also in special applications such as quarries, mines and environmental rehabilitations, for crushing, screening and separating inert materials directly on site to reuse it or allocate it to other uses.
Crusher bucket, screening bucket, grapple and drum-cutter are an ever-expanding range of products strictly certified, whose use reduce costs, processing times and transportation of materials, while contributing to the environment.
Solid, durable and characterized by the now recognizable clean lines designed to resist wear and high stresses in the toughest working conditions.