Promac Solutions, Terex Construction’s distributor for the south-east of England, has delivered five Terex® TA1 site dumpers to equipment hire firm Ranger Plant. The new units complement the company’s existing fleet of 15 three-tonne and four one-tonne Terex site dumpers.

Equipped with the latest technology and designed to set the standards for performance and reliability, Terex site dumpers are well suited for safe and productive site use. The five new units are already operational across a number of National Grid projects, sporting Ranger Plant’s distinctive green livery.

Company Directors, Lee Quinn and Mark Philpin, have overseen the growth of Ranger Plant since 1994, and currently operate more than 300 items of compact construction equipment.

Lee Quinn, said: “As we were working on a compact site, we needed a site dumper with excellent manoeuvrability. The turning radius on the TA1 is class-leading, allowing operators to effectively use the dumper even in the tightest spaces. The large fuel tank reduces the need for refuelling stops, while a superior positioned dash console and single lever skip operation further improves operator comfort.”

Sales Director at Promac Solutions, Tony Reeves, added: “With superior manoeuvrability, reduced operating costs and long life skip quality, Terex® TA1 site dumpers are a popular choice for busy construction sites around the UK.

“We’re confident that the units will meet Ranger Plant’s equipment requirements and continue to deliver results for construction firms nationwide.”

The complete range of Terex site dumpers is manufactured in Coventry, England. The company is committed to leading the way when it comes to technology innovation and continues to invest in product research and development.