MixIt's new Kaizen Mixer has been turning a few heads as it attempts to disrupt the on-site ready mix concrete market. To date, it has been volumetric concrete trucks that have been responsible for a lot of on site mixing, but according to Jim Taylor (MixIt), these vehicles are heading for extinction.Read more
The quality and range of concrete mix types available from volumetrics is extremely limited...
Although the ready mix concrete itself hasn't changed much over the years, the technology supplying the concrete has certainly adapted to make it easier for the construction industry.Read more
As MixIt Concrete Company looks to expand even further in East London, a new Kaizen mixer vehicle...
MixIt Concrete has opened its newest plant in Barking, Essex. This is the third concrete plant the London based concrete firm now operates and gives MixIt even better accessibility to be able to serve clients in London and Essex. The £1.2 million pound development in River Road, Barking includes both a...Read more