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Molson Young move forward with Ammann

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Full range of Ammann heavy and light compaction equipment to be offered throughout Scotland

MOLSON Young Plant Sales are switching their compaction equipment offering from Bomag to Ammann machines in order to offer a full range of heavy and light equipment. With the Ammann compaction range well established within Molson divisions in England and Wales, the transition is set to be seamless with both machines and parts already in stock within the Group.

Effective from 1 October 2020, this change sees Molson Young Plant Sales terminate their existing agreement with Bomag for the distribution of light compaction equipment throughout Scotland, which has been in place since 2003, helping to build the brand in the Scottish market. 

Molson Young Plant Sales director Mark Proudfoot commented: ‘Being a Bomag dealer since 2003, we have a large number of customers that operate Bomag machines across Scotland. It is important for them to know that although our dealership agreement with Bomag has been terminated, we will continue to support them with any requirements they have to keep their machines running with the same level of care and attention as we always have done.

‘Our customers will benefit from the addition of Ammann products, which will increase our product range to now include heavy compaction equipment. The ability to offer customers these additional products is key to our ‘Single Source Supply’ strategy that allows customers to maximize their buying power by simplifying their supply chain.

‘With their comprehensive range that is known for having the highest levels of build quality, I am sure that the Ammann range will prove as popular in Scotland as it has with our customers in England and Wales. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the team at Bomag for all their work over the last 17 years of the partnership and wish them all the success in the future.’

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