Crushers Latest News 

Molson Acquire Terex Finlay!

Molson are pleased to announce the acquisition of Finlay Plant (UK) Limited and its subsidiary and associated companies (“Finlay Group”), a long established equipment Dealer of Terex Finlay products for England and Wales. Through this acquisition, Molson have successfully secured the distribution rights for the complete range of Terex Finlay mobile crushing, screening and conveying equipment for England, Wales and Channel Islands. The current Finlay Group Sales, Hire and Service organisations will remain largely unchanged. New key resources have already been added to further enhance Finlay Group’s regional operations. Aftermarket…

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Excavators Latest News 

Grand Tour of JCB

TV celebrity Richard Hammond today got behind the controls of two of the world’s most innovative machines manufactured for the construction and agricultural industries. The Grand Tour presenter visited JCB’s World Headquarters at Rocester, Staffordshire and JCB Heavy Products in Uttoxeter where he put the company’s high-powered machines through their paces. He took the controls of the brand new 20-tonne tracked excavator, the 220X, which was launched earlier this year following a £110 million development programme. Next for a test drive was the high speed JCB Fastrac 8000 Series tractor,…

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Latest News Wheel Loaders 

Bell for Ben Bennett

In a move that reflects its confidence in Bell Equipment’s machine quality and competency, steel rolling mill and limestone quarry operation, Ben Bennett Jr., has announced its most recent acquisition of a new L2606E Loader that was secured to replace an existing machine. Ben Bennett Jr, a family run company founded in 1883, comprises both a steel rolling mill in Rotherham, Yorkshire; a junior hacksaw blades manufacturer in Rotherham; and a limestone quarry in Matlock, Derbyshire; and is firmly placed as Bell Equipment’s longest standing client in the UK. The…

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Excavators Latest News 

Two Piece Hyundai

Hyundai Construction Equipment launches the two-piece boom version of the new HX130 LCR, the third compact-radius excavator model in the company’s HX series product line. The 13-ton machine is also available in a second standard configuration, the HX130 LCRD, which includes a dozer blade. This two-piece boom version enables the excavator to work with a bigger reach, while maintaining the possibilities of a reduced front swing. It comes with the boom articulation mounted to the underside of the standard boom; a solution ensuring effective protection against soiling and damage. This…

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Excavators Latest News 

Doosan Dozen

Centrocar, the Authorised Dealer for the Doosan range of construction equipment in Spain, Portugal, Angola and Mozambique, has supplied 12 new Doosan excavators to the state-owned Agricultural and Environmental Contractor, Tragsa Group. The 12 new machines comprise seven of the popular Doosan DX255LC-5 Narrow Track crawler excavators and five Doosan DX210W-5 wheeled excavators. It is well known in the construction sector that tendering for a Tragsa order is often a demanding process, due to the thoroughness of the requested data as well as the professionalism and exact requirements of Tragsa’s…

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Dumpers Dumptrucks Latest News Products Telehandlers Telescopic loadall 

Young’s New Deals

Young Plant Sales are delighted to become dealer for the Bergmann 3000 and 4000 Series of dumpers and Dieci Telehandlers throughout Scotland. The addition of Bergmann dumpers and Dieci telehandlers are valuable additions to the ever-growing range of products available via Young Plant Sales to customers based in Scotland. The newly remodeled Bergmann ADT150 wheeled dumpers will lead the new lineup. These machines come with either a swivel, rear or three side tip and have optional 180° rotating seats with reversing cameras, so the operator can always be facing the…

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Dumptrucks Latest News 

Doosan Truck Triple

RJT Excavations Limited (RJT), based at Jedburgh in Scotland, has purchased three new Doosan DA30 articulated dump trucks (ADTs) from James Gordon Ltd, the local Authorised Dealer for the Doosan construction equipment range. Prior to placing the DA30 order, RJT Assistant Plant Manager, Euan Heard and the site team from RJT Excavations carried out extensive trials both at Doosan’s proving ground in the Czech Republic and on their site in the UK. It is the first time RJT has purchased a Doosan product and before doing so they put the…

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Excavators Latest News 

Customer Hails the X Series

One of the first new JCB X Series tracked excavators to roll of the production line has been put straight to work just a few miles away from the JCB factory where it was built. Purchased by Ashbourne-based civil engineering contractor PM Harris Ltd and supplied by dealer Gunn JCB, the machine is carrying out groundworks at JCB’s own Compact Products and Earthmovers factories in Cheadle, Staffordshire. It is working alongside existing JCB tracked excavators and site dumpers from the PM Harris fleet as part of the company’s contract to…

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Dumptrucks Latest News 

First choice Bell

AFS, a leading specialist in earthmoving works and aggregates supply, has once again demonstrated its confidence in Bell Equipment by further investing in a new B30E Articulated Dump Truck. This evolved E-series ADT is the sixth Bell machine to be purchased by AFS since 2014, when it acquired its first B30E. This latest addition to the AFS fleet of earthmoving equipment will be tasked with predominantly muck shifting duties, making the most of the B30E’s powerful, yet economical, engine. “We operate a varied fleet of plant, trucks and equipment, all…

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Excavators Latest News Wheel Loaders 

Bespoke Volvo in Russia

The introduction of a modified Volvo EC250 crawler excavator and L120 wheel loader into Arkhsplav’s timber rafting operations has cut loading costs by five times while dramatically increasing productivity. 1,500km north-east of St. Petersburg, Russia’s Arkhangelsk region is characterised by vast coniferous forests of pine, spruce and larch. Along with fishing, forestry has been the province’s main economic driver since the late 1800s – but its traditional timber transport methods are struggling to keep up with today’s demand. Arkhangelsk Oblast is notoriously remote, with many areas unreachable by road. Instead,…

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