Dealer sells 1,000th item of equipment to long-standing customer Central Demolition
BLUE Machinery Scotland have sold their 1,000th product to Central Demolition of Stirlingshire. The latest addition to the customer’s large, modern fleet of demolition, recycling and materials equipment is a Powerscreen Premiertrak 400 mobile jaw crusher.
Central Demolition have always placed great emphasis on investing in the best plant and equipment for their various operations. They have also has enjoyed a long and fruitful relationship with Blue Machinery Scotland (and sister company Blue Fuchs) when it comes to sourcing recycling plants and materials handling equipment.
Ross Craig, managing director of Central Demolition, said: ‘Both businesses have developed and grown over the years and we have built up an excellent working relationship with Blue Machinery Scotland during this time which has benefitted both parties. Blue’s range of top class distributorships, combined with after-sales product support, are second-to-none.’
Central Demolition say they are reclaiming at least 90-95% of the thousands of tonnes of crushed demolition waste, inert materials, soils and skip waste fines at their Bonnybridge recycling site.
The new Premiertrak 400 jaw crusher incorporates a fully independent, high-amplitude, hydraulically driven pre-screen with increased drop angle on the bottom deck to facilitate maximum throughput and capacity. Improved pre-screened material flow is achieved by an enlarged discharge opening from the under chute which allows faster movement of material through the crushing chamber bypass.
Commenting on the company’s recent milestone, Austin Carey, managing director of Blue Machinery Scotland, said: ‘We have always realized that a key to the success of our business is a good relationship with customers. I would like to emphasize how much we value the loyalty shown to us by customers, such as Central Demolition and our many other clients throughout Scotland and the North East of England, which has helped us to achieve this 1,000th machine milestone.’