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Hyundai Construction Equipment appoint new UK dealer

Steve Corner and Brian Conn

Ryhall-based TBS Plant Ltd appointed as full-line dealers for Hyundai construction equipment

HYUNDAI have extended their UK distributor network with the appointment of TBS Plant Ltd as a new dealer covering four counties – South Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.

TBS Plant is a newly formed company but one that comes with a range of experience and product knowledge spanning more than 50 years, which the TBS Plant management team, led by Steve Corner and Brian Conn, have acquired collectively. Both have previously worked extensively with the Hyundai brand through other dealerships.

Tony Reeves, sales manager for Hyundai UK and Ireland, commented: ‘The TBS team bring with them a wealth of experience in the supply of construction equipment and we are very pleased to have them on board. 

‘Their knowledge of Hyundai construction equipment is second to none and through TBS Plant, Hyundai are now able to offer our local customers the full line of construction machinery and the highest levels of sales, aftermarket and parts support.’

Steve Corner (left of photo), director of TBS Plant, said: ‘The original focus for TBS was to distribute screening and crushing brands, including Maximus, Rubble Master and Pronar, where we have established a successful dealership since September. The Hyundai Construction Equipment franchise unexpectedly became available and the opportunity arose for us to take the brand on in addition to our current products.’

Mr Corner added: ‘Ultimately, we believe that Hyundai were confident in our knowledge and experience, and we are very much looking forward to growing the brand’s presence and market share. As a distributor, we are able to offer the full range of Hyundai products from mini-excavators to heavy-line machines.’

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