WS Tyler now Haver & Boecker Niagara

Ten months after Haver & Boecker upped its global footprint with the launch of new brand Haver & Boecker Niagara, it is now introducing the brand to North America through a rebranding of WS Tyler
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Haver & Boecker Niagara's F-Class helps maximise screening efficiency and is also available as a portable plant to accommodate mobile operations

The company stated that the rebrand, officially launched at the recent Conexpo 2020 event in the US, brings together the Tyler brand with Haver & Boecker's engineering and application expertise for customers' screening challenges.

"The ultimate goal of Haver & Boecker Niagara is to offer a complete portfolio of innovative mineral processing technologies to better meet the needs of our customers throughout the world," said Karen Thompson, who serves as president of Haver & Boecker Niagara's North America and Australia operations.

"As we move forward, North American customers will continue receiving the same quality they have come to trust from the Tyler brand, but now under the Niagara name."

Moving forward, the brand will integrate the expertise of its staff from Brazil, Canada and Germany, where it now also holds mineral processing locations. Six months after adding its name to those areas, it introduced its brand to South America as well.

Officials said the locations will collaborate on product design and consider applications challenges as well as manufacture processing solutions to improve efficiency and profitability for its client base.

"Streamlining the equipment portfolio will ensure parts commonality, allowing access to virtually the same parts worldwide," the company said. "Sharing one common technology portfolio also means one common service approach: increasing service availability and expertise to solve customers' challenges."

Additionally, it confirmed that Haver & Boecker Niagara will maintain its existing management, employees and distribution network in North America.

The global equipment brand is under the machinery division of Germany-based Haver & Boecker.