A Lasting Track of Motion

1988 The family begins a trading company.
1994 The idea of a direct feed scalper comes to Kees his mind.
1996 Kees Hoogendoorn designs and builds the first direct feed screen, the current Keestrack K6.
1999 Introduction of the load-sensing hydraulics which brings a 30% fuel savings compared to competition.
2001 The production facility in the Czech Republic is set up.
2004 Introduction of Keestrack impact crushers.
2007 The Chinese subsidiary in Chuzhou begins operations.
2010 Acquisition of Italian jaw crusher manufacturer OM.
2011 Cone crushers complement the product range.
2012 Initiation of alternative drives: The first Keestrack electric plug-in machine is introduced.
2013 Implementation of e-drive version in the impact crushers.
2014 Introduction of the stackers which give a 75% cost saving capacity compared to a loading shovel.
2015 K8e, optional with Bivitec flip flow screen is introduced. Biggest mobile screen deck on the market and a screen force up to 40 G.
2016 Opening of American headquarters in Krum, Texas.
2017 Setup of the Indian subsidiary.
2018 The R3e receives several Design awards due to safety features, functionality and innovative drive system. / The jaw crushers are getting electrified.
2021 Keestrack acquires Goldoni, long-standing Italian agricultural machinery manufacturer. Introduction of ZERO range: machines entirely without combustion engine.
2022 Introduction of the reversible impact crusher which can combine secondary and tertiary crushing.