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29 November 2010 | Plant & Equipment

Around 90 people from 19 countries attended Keestrack’s world dealer meeting in Sarpsborg, Norway, held on 5-6 October 2010.

19 October 2010 | Plant & Equipment

SANDVIK Mining and Construction have held a highly successful customer event in Tuoshanwu and Tongyuan quarries in the Zhejiang province of China.

15 July 2010 | Plant & Equipment

Sandvik mobile crushers and screens made their first appearance at Hillhead as one company following the acquisition of Fintec and Extec in 2007.

16 June 2010 | Plant & Equipment

Earthline have expanded their aggregate processing fleet with the delivery of a Terex Finlay C1540 cone crusher and two new Terex Finlay 683 screens from Finlay Plant SW - introduced to allow...

25 February 2010 | Plant & Equipment

Blue Group company, Blue Scotland, will be showing four new machines to the UK marketplace at the forthcoming Scotplant exhibition.

10 February 2010 | Plant & Equipment

Dealers and customers witness the launch of new Terex Finlay mobile crushing and screening machines

01 February 2010 | Plant & Equipment

Powerscreen have launched the new Warrior 2400 as part of their new product development programme.

23 November 2009 | Plant & Equipment

Water is the world’s most precious resource and in many parts of Africa the ability to provide clean drinking water is literally the difference between life or death for many people.

04 November 2009 | Plant & Equipment

A Terex Finlay 694 Supertrak, supplied by Finlay Plant South East, is driving forward productivity at Scratchwood Depot, where a joint venture between Lafarge Aggregates and GRS Roadstone has been...

29 October 2009 | Plant & Equipment

The first Sandvik-branded mobile screen to be commissioned in Australia was successfully handed over to SEE Civil (South East Excavations) who operate two quarries owned by McGeary Bros at Wardell...

09 December 2008 | Plant & Equipment

POWERSCREEN have introduced dual power to their mobile screen range, giving users the choice of either diesel or electric power.

02 April 2007 | Plant & Equipment

With a turnover of £4 million, 30 employees and a new dedicated recycling facility, J. O’Shea and Sons Ltd have become one of the top demolition and haulage companies in the North of England.