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News » Plant » New Doosan dealer for Borders » published 6 Jul 2017

New Doosan dealer for Borders

Doosan has appointed Dumfries-based James Gordon Ltd as its construction equipment dealer for Cumbria, southwest Scotland and the Borders region.

Left to right to right form Gordons are Les Aitchison (sales), Kyle Amos (service), Alasdair Kaye (service) and Darren Nicholson (sales). Above: Left to right to right form Gordons are Les Aitchison (sales), Kyle Amos (service), Alasdair Kaye (service) and Darren Nicholson (sales).

Gordons is now responsible for sales and servicing of the Doosan crawler, wheeled and mini/midi excavator, wheeled loader and articulated dump truck ranges in these areas.

Doosan regional manager Kim Dudley said: “We were impressed by Gordons’ reputation and focus on the aftermarket and their strong desire to grow their construction equipment business and customer base.

Gordons has already won orders from various customers for machines including DX27Z, DX35Z, DX62R-3 and DX85R-3 excavators as well as larger 14-tonne DX140LC-5 and several 21-tonne DX225LC-5 machines.

Gordons sales director Kevin Fraser said it was a “tremendous opportunity” for the company. He said: “We currently employ 85 staff across our six depots and we have dedicated sales and aftermarket staff for the Doosan range already in place, working out of the four depots at Dumfries, Castle Douglas, Castle Kennedy and Whauphill covering our new Doosan area, with a Doosan trained service engineer based in Cumbria to serve Cumbria and the Scottish Borders.”




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This article was published on 6 Jul 2017 (last updated on 6 Jul 2017).

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