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Blue Machinery announce exhibits for ScotPlant 2016

CAMS Centauro 100-32 waste recycler

Display to include Powerscreen Premiertrak 600 jaw crusher and CAMS Centauro 100-32 waste recycler

BLUE Machinery Scotland will be showcasing a range of plant and equipment at this year’s ScotPlant exhibition, which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre, in Ingliston, Edinburgh, from 22–23 April.

Among the exhibits on display will be the Warrior 600 mobile screener and Premiertrak 600 jaw crusher from Powerscreen, and two mobile shredders from Doppstadt – the AK-510K and slow-speed DW-3060K.

The company will also be showing the CAMS Centauro 100-32 mobile crusher/shredder and screening plant (pictured), which is expected to generate interest among visitors specializing in waste recycling, asphalt recycling and reclamation.

Sister company Blue Fuchs will be showing the MHL320D long-reach wheeled materials handler (in waste-handling configuration) equipped with an Arden S1102B selector grab.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to find out more about Blue Spares, a business dedicated to providing national after-sales product support with readily available genuine OEM spare parts.

Austin Carey, managing director of Blue Machinery Scotland, said: ‘Once again, we will be taking the opportunity to exhibit innovative and world-class screening, crushing, shredding and materials-handling equipment, together with our after-sales product support company Blue Spares, at ScotPlant. This emphasizes our continuing commitment to the recycling and quarrying markets that we serve throughout Scotland and north-east England.’

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