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New Doosan package for Kings Heath Demolition

Doosan DX225LC-5s crawler excavators

Three new DX225LC-5 crawler excavators and mini-excavators added to machinery fleet

WORCESTERSHIRE-based Kings Heath Demolition have purchased their three Doosan mini-excavators – the DX17Z, DX27Z and DX63-3 – from local dealers Murley Construction. 

Also included in the latest batch of Doosan machines and joining the waste-recycling operator’s fleet are three new 22.1 tonne DX225LC-5 crawler excavators, adding to Kings Heath Demolition’s existing DX140LC-5 and DX225LC-5 models.

Tony Nicholls, senior contracts manager for Kings Heath Demolition, said: ‘With the new Doosan DX17Z, DX27Z and DX63-3, we are adding mini-excavators to our fleet for the first time. These machines meet the increasing demand in the market for indoor demolition and refurbishment work, involving work in confined spaces and basements. 

‘We are beginning to see an uptick in this type of project, including the conversion of existing multi-storey office buildings into new apartments in urban locations and the new Doosan mini-excavators are perfect for this type of work.’

Providing excellent customer care and add-valued services in the recycling sector has been the company’s focus since it was founded in 1952 as a family business by Jim Ferran. 

Mr Nicholls continued: ‘When you consider how much our drivers like the Doosan machines and the impeccable service offered by Murley Construction, it has been a simple decision to keep adding more Doosan excavators. 

‘We work and undertake contracts in England, Scotland and Wales, so reliable and high performing equipment is essential for our work, supported by the best aftermarket backup on the market.’

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