Berkshire-based Orba Group to provide sales and after-sales service for full range of IMS equipment
NORTHERN Ireland-based IMS, specialists in the in the design and manufacture of equipment for the mining, quarrying, recycling and materials handling industries, have appointed Berkshire-based Orba Group as their dealer for the south of England.
IMS’s product portfolio includes mobile blending plants capable of producing up to 1,000 tonnes/h. Where more refined mixing is required, units are equipped with a mixing chamber with rotating mixer shaft to thoroughly blend materials such as mulch, topsoil, sand etc.
IMS also offer a high-capacity tracked pugmill, specifically developed to produce high-quality stabilizing road-base materials with the addition of water and cement or lime. The machine can also be used for blending at asphalt plants, for cold emulsified asphalt mixing (cold mix), for roller compacted concrete (RCC) and for flowable backfill material.
Other products available from IMS include a tracked scalper, wheeled mobile screening units, and both wheeled and tracked stacking conveyors for high-production stockpiling or material transfer.
By offering IMS’s product range in conjunction with existing brands in their portfolio, Obra Group Ltd will be able to offer customers a wider range of products for quarrying, construction, recycling and waste handling.
Barry O’Regan, director of Orba Group Ltd, commented: ‘IMS have a great approach to business and are working with us to deliver the best-possible solution. This approach, along with their excellent product design and build quality, will give us a unique offer to both existing and new customers.’
Joseph McMeel from IMS said: ‘Orba Group are an up and coming enterprise and already have an excellent reputation within the markets they serve with a reliable and trusted after-sales service. This puts them in an excellent position not only to promote and sell our product range, but also to offer the after-sales service that has become essential to all customers working in our industry.’