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OilQuick appoint new UK dealer

OilQuick quick hitch

BPH Attachments to handle sales and support of excavator automatic quick-coupler system 

SWEDEN-based OilQuick have appointed BPH Attachments as new dealers for their automatic quick-coupler system. The OilQuick quick-hitch coupling system allows hydraulic attachments to be connected/disconnected directly from the driver's cab safely, easily and profitably. 

The ability to rapidly change between various machinery work tools and attachments within seconds means fleet operators can increase their on-site productivity and profitability. It became the world’s first quick-coupler system when launched to market in 1993 and is said to be still an industry leader today.

Suitable for use on excavators ranging from 1 to 120 tons, the OilQuick automatic quick-hitch is made of high-grade steel with locks attachments in place to meet all industry safety criteria.

With BPH’s extensive facilities and state-of-the-art equipment located at sites in West Sussex and Leicestershire, the company will also carry out servicing and repairs to OilQuick products as part of the distributorship agreement.

Steve Parker, area manager for OilQuick, commented: ‘We’re delighted BPH Attachments has become an OilQuick dealer. The company is forward-thinking and well-respected in the demolition, construction and recycling industries. 

‘With their high focus on customer service and a team that has extensive industry knowledge, we know that BPH will provide current and new customers with a fantastic sales and after-sales service.’

Matthew Bastable, sales director of BPH Attachments, said: ‘As OilQuick’s quick coupler system has been a market leader since it was first introduced, it fits with our commitment to only offer high-quality attachments that are going to benefit the work our customers undertake no matter the job.’ 

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