Powerscreen celebrates 20 years in Laois of crushing in Mountmellick with Charlie Flanagan

Laois TD and Minister on hand to cut cake with the Powerscreen staff at their Bay Road base

Express Reporter


Express Reporter



Powerscreen Ireland was delighted to welcome Laois TD and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Charlie Flanagan this week to  help the company cut the cake for our 20th-anniversary celebrations at its base in Mountmellick, Co Laois.

Established in 1997, Powerscreen Ireland is the only company with dedicated premises solely for crushing and screening. Mr Flanagan visited the 10,000 SQ foot facility at the Bay Road facility to see the Powerscreen Operation for himself.

The Fine Gael TD, who is a Mountmellick native, made presentations to Yvonne Troy, Peter Gilsenan, Donall Rush who have all given 20 years of service to the company.

Powerscreen is to finalise plans for the upcoming CQMS 17 show in Tullamore where it will unveil the all new Powerscreen Warrior 1200.

John McCabe of McCabe Earthworks travelled from Northern Ireland for the day to accept the keys to his brand new 1000 MAXTRAK cone crusher. This machine, which will now go on display at CQMS17.