Stone Products sells, refurbishes, and services aggregate processing equipment, as well as process material handling equipment for the
demolition, waste, and recycling industries. Celebrating 50 years of experience providing high quality solutions and services, Stone Products
is dedicated to our customer's success.
We represent a broad range of new equipment providers for processing materials, including conveyors, hoppers, crushers, screens, stackers, and more.
We also offer refurbished equipment that offers our customers an opportunity to acquire reliable equipment at a reasonable price point. We keep a
large inventory of new and previously owned equipment to quickly respond to our customer's needs.
Stone Products is known for our high quality customer service, whether responding to your equipment and parts needs, or utilizing our experienced
service team for emergency field repairs at your locations.
Headquartered in Canton, Ohio, we serve customers in the United States, Canada, Central and South America, Africa, and other parts of the world.
Company Leaves No “Stone” Unturned
Business Model Evolves to Incorporate Current Trends
In the mining and aggregate industry, Stone Products has proven that new beginnings are possible.
Stone Products, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of The Beaver Excavating Company, has made several major transitions since
establishing itself as a limestone crushing business in 1970. George Carmack, who served as vice president of
Stone Products between 1980 and 2008, said, “Stone was originally incorporated by Beaver Excavating Founder Don
Sterling, Ted Goist and Jerry Nicolette near Zoar, Ohio at an active coal strip mining operation with the sole
purpose of producing crushed limestone.”
By 1972, the limestone operation was closed, and the company purchased its present location, 3105 Varley Ave., S.W. for
its extensive sand and gravel deposits along with its close proximity to The Timken Company on the southwest side of
Canton. It turned out to be an incredible business opportunity when Beaver Excavating was awarded the dirt work for
the future location of The Timken Company’s new Faircrest Steel Complex. “Stone worked as a subcontractor for Beaver
at the Timken Faircrest Plant in the early 1980s,” said Carmack. “We crushed and processed between 70,000 and 75,000
tons of slag for the early phase of the project and crushed and processed between 225,000 and 230,000 tons of limestone
for the road base and railroad ballast.”
By 1985, when aggregate production ceased, company leaders looked around the Canton facility and noticed that after
15 years in business, they had accumulated a lot of equipment. “We took the used equipment and basically put it up
for sale,” said current company Vice President Tom Kovesci. “We realized that the equipment sales and service business
would be a good venture since we had knowledge of the industry and experienced employees.” As well as being a supplier
of new and used parts and components for most types and brands of aggregate equipment, the company also deals in new
“We are very proud of our success and accomplishments over the last four decades,” said Kovesci. “We are geared toward
the future and our plan is to serve the aggregate industry for many years to come.”