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New global parts facility for Terex MP

Terex Materials Processing parts facility

Terex Materials Processing open new $7.2 million global parts facility in Dungannon, Northern Ireland

TEREX Materials Processing (Terex MP), have invested more than US$7.2 million in a global parts facility in Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland, to further support their parts and service hubs and dealer networks globally.

The state-of-the-art facility consists of a 10,300 sq ft main office block, where a dedicated team of parts experts are on hand to answer all parts technical and sales enquiries.

The facility also has extensive warehouse capacity of 58,800 sq ft, with the addition of an external canopy of 7,000 sq ft providing additional overhead storage for larger product types.

With over 86,000 live inventory parts, the facility is supported by a fully automated Oracle warehouse management system, whilst three dock levellers provide easy access for deliveries and container shipments of the large-scale parts inventory. 

In addition to the 168 bays of high-bay racking, Terex have installed leading-edge technology with three Hanel Lean-Lifts; an automated storage and retrieval system each with 60 trays (two with a maximum load per tray of 250kg and one with 470kg per tray).

Supporting this technology is Linde electric material-handling equipment, including an order picker and Aisle Masters capable of working at heights up to 9m.

Knowing that any loss in productivity can directly impact on the customer’s bottom line, Terex MP say the new warehouse equipment will ensure that they have the ability to expedite all orders as efficiently as possible.

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