Red Rhino dealership for Leach Lewis Heavy
Leach Lewis Heavy has been appointed East Midlands dealer for Red Rhino crushers.
The new dealership will be based at Leach Lewis Heavy’s Whittlesey depot near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.
Leach Lewis Heavy will be responsible for all service work on new and existing Red Rhino Crusher machines in the territory and will hold a comprehensive range of genuine parts. It will have a number of demonstration machines available, together with finance options through sister company, Leach Lewis Capital.
British designed and built, Red Rhino crushers are transportable and mobile. The range starts with the 750kg 2000 series increasing in size up to the 10,000kg 7000 series, with crushing capacity from 6 tonne through to 45 tonne per hour with variable output of between 10mm to 140mm.
Red Rhino sales & marketing manager Jason Purllant said: “The need to recycle is growing ever more important. Red Rhino have decided to partner with Leach Lewis to provide improved customer service and support. The Red Rhino team are looking forward to working with Leach Lewis, who will also provide valuable local support for existing crusher owners looking to purchase parts and service.”
Leach Lewis Heavy commercial sales manager Sean Donovan added: “We are very excited to be working with Red Rhino crushers, allowing us to provide both existing and new customers with an impressive product from an established manufacturer.
“The excellent build quality and clever design gives us the confidence to promote the Red Rhino range within the building and recycling industries, and the range will complement our current Doosan, Montabert and Dieci franchises.”
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This article was published on 7 Feb 2012 (last updated on 7 Feb 2012).