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Stewart Plant Sales partner with Tesab

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SPS secure distribution rights for Tesab range across Scotland and the north of England 

STEWART Plant Sales have secured the distribution rights for the Tesab range across Scotland and the north of England.

‘Tesab are synonymous with reliability and productivity within their crushing and screening equipment, we are proud to now promote these quality products throughout our territory,’ said Iain Bryant, joint managing director of Stewart Plant Sales.

Paul Toulouse has recently joined the company, heading up the new venture as materials handling manager and bringing with him a wealth of experience having been in the industry for more than 20 years.

Commenting on the announcement, Ben Frettsome, vice-president at Tesab, said: ‘Stewart Plant Sales set the bar for service and after-sales support. Their technical knowledge and hunger to always get the job done separates them from the competition. Combine this with the ever-increasing range of Tesab crushing and screening equipment and it is a recipe for success that we are overjoyed to be a part of.’

Since their start in 1992, Tesab’s reputation for producing highly reliable mobile equipment has continued to grow and today their crushers, screeners, and stackers are found around the globe contributing to the success of projects and sites across multiple applications.

With more than 50 years’ experience, Stewart Plant Sales (a Scot JCB Group company) sell a wide range of plant equipment, including crushers, site dumpers, air compressors, compaction equipment, pumps, and abrasive cutting equipment from manufacturers such as Tesab, Lippmann, JCB, Atlas Copco, Clipper, Stihl, and Tsurumi Pump.

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