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Coinford renew fleet with Hitachi machines

Hitachi excavators

Recycling contractor purchases 95 new excavators as part of fleet-replenishment programme  

SURREY-based contractors Coinford Ltd have upgraded and expanded their mobile plant fleet with the purchase of 95 new Hitachi excavators, including Zaxis 130LCN and 210LC models.

The investment has already seen some of the Hitachi machines delivered to the infrastructure and recycling specialists by Hitachi Construction Machinery UK (HCMUK), with further units to arrive throughout the year.

Commenting on the decision to invest in Hitachi equipment, Lee Burlton, director of Coinford, said: ‘The latest purchase of Hitachi products gives our expanding fleet of excavators both reliability and quality. The inclusion of the industry’s latest safety features and lower emission engines enables us to deliver to our clients with the best solutions possible for their projects. 

‘We are very impressed with the latest developments made on the Dash 7 excavators and are excited to get them working out in the field.

‘We employ a team of highly trained and experienced engineers to maintain our fleet and the feedback we have received from our site teams on the Hitachi brand is consistently positive. We have been extremely impressed and pleased with the service levels and support given to us by HCMUK and this has been the case throughout or business relationship.’

James Pengilley, sales director (southern region) for HCMUK, added: ‘We are delighted to have secured the extensive excavator fleet replacement with Coinford Plant across 2021. It is great Coinford Plant have shown ultimate faith in the Hitachi products and the backup support from Hitachi Construction Machinery UK.’

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