"Astec Industries, Inc. builds equipment that can be found operating globally in the Infrastructure, Aggregate, Mining and Energy industries, among others."
Our Business Landscape and Market Philosophy
Astec Industries, Inc. was founded in 1972 with the vision to apply creative thinking and state-of-the-art technology to traditionally low-tech industries, bolstered by a corporate culture renowned for putting customer service first. Based in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Astec Industries, Inc. family of companies has become a global leader in the manufacture of equipment for asphalt road building, aggregate processing, oil, gas and water well drilling and wood processing, among others.
Today Astec Industries, Inc. manufactures more than 220 products from rock crushing and screening plants to hot mix asphalt (HMA) facilities, concrete plants, water, gas and oil drilling rigs, geothermal drills, milling machines, asphalt pavers, material transfer vehicles, and wood processing equipment.
Astec's goal is to design, manufacture and provide the most innovative, productive and reliable equipment for the industries we serve, coupled with unparalleled customer service, training, education and support. No other company in the world competes with Astec in all or even most of its product lines. Astec’s innovative products have led to a continuous stream of new patents and are in ever increasing demand. The Astec companies have become leaders in their respective markets by giving Astec customers the means to be more productive and profitable.
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