In recent years, the influence of different crushing systems (compression, impact, attrition) has been receiving more attention due to their significant role on particle liberation and shape of particles. The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of different crushing systems on both liberation degree and shape factors of chromite particles along with their enrichment conditions by shaking table. The tests were conducted on -1+0.5, -0.5+0.212 and -0.212 mm size fractions using the Wilfley type shaking table. The results of these tests showed that concentrates with higher metal contents were obtained by impact crushing of chromite in proportion to higher liberation degree and roundness of particles. Therefore, it was found that selective breakage can well be obtained by impact crushing in all fractions. The results of this study demonstrated the importance of crushing type on the liberation and enrichment processes.