Chippindale becomes Mecalac dealer
Mecalac Construction (formerly Terex GB) has appointed Chippindale Plant Limited to its distributor network.
Chippindale Plant will supply construction firms across Yorkshire with Mecalac backhoe loaders and site dumper units from one- to ten-tonne payloads.
Paul Macpherson, sales and marketing director at Mecalac Construction’s recently acquired Coventry facility, said: “Chippindale Plant is a highly beneficial addition to our network. Alongside boasting more than 70 years’ experience, the team has a personal approach to customer service – a key trait we look for in all of our distributors.”
Nigel Chippindale, joint managing director of Chippindale Plant, said: “This is a golden opportunity for our business to work with a highly-respected global brand. When assessing the quality of plant equipment, we look at its durability, technical features and engine specification. The TA site dumper range is manufactured to meet the highest quality standards, making it perfect for our customer base.
“We have a lot of respect for the team at Mecalac and admire their commitment to manufacturing versatile and robust machines. We were keen to work with the brand, due to its reputation for producing quality compact equipment that lasts.”
Chippindale Plant is also a dealer for Volvo Compact Equipment, Atlas Copco, Bomag and Stihl.
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This article was published on 16 Mar 2017 (last updated on 16 Mar 2017).