Leach Lewis becomes Ammann dealer for the southeast
Ammann Equipment has appointed Leach Lewis Plant its authorised dealer for southeast England.
Leach Lewis will sell Ammann compaction equipment across Berkshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, East Sussex, Kent, London, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Essex and Suffolk, operating out of deports in Waltham Cross, Oxford and Maidstone.
As part of the service now being offered by Leach Lewis, the company is responsible for product sales, parts and product support within their official area.
Ammann products range from 60kg Rammers right up to 25,000kg vibratory Rollers, and including the Rammax Trench Rollers.
Leach Lewis Plant managing director Peter Whittall said: “Our decision to partner with Ammann Equipment is a major step forward for our business, and more importantly our customers. The Ammann range of plates, rammers and rollers is acknowledged as a market leader in the compaction field and we are delighted that we can now offer their products and support them with our unrivalled service network.”
Ammann Equipment Ltd managing director Robert Brown said “Leach Lewis Plant are renowned as one of our industry’s leading compact plant dealers. The opportunity to continue our leadership in the compaction market can only be reinforced by working together with such a professional organisation.”
Above: the Ammann product range
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This article was published on 20 Jun 2012 (last updated on 20 Jun 2012).