A Derby based block paving company has recently purchased its ninth Avant compact tool carrier since discovering the Finnish manufactured machines some 12 years ago.
Established in 1987, family owned Tecni:Block specialises in all types of paving for both commercial and domestic customers and now wouldn't be without its fleet of little green Avants.
Managing director Phil Annable says: "I really didn't think our first Avant would last five minutes on our type of work, but I have to say they have since proved to be absolutely brilliant with one of our 635 models now over eight years old and still going strong."
Worsley Plant has put together this short video that successfully demonstrates the benefits of a Remu screening bucket.
Worsley is a dealer for Remu, along with Dig A Crusher products.
The footage speaks for itself, so I’ll say no more.
Suffolk-based demolition and recycling company Sutton Services has added a JCB JS260XD crawler excavator to its fleet of specialist equipment.
The new machine replaces an older JS220 and has been bought to meet a growing requirement for heavier equipment and an increasing workload at the company.
Sutton ordered the machine, its largest JCB excavator to date, with a triple articulating boom – or TAB – adding to the machine’s versatility and flexibility.
Here’s DA MacDonald Contractors working on a hydro-electric dam project in Argyll.
Among the equipment deployed was this new Doosan DX140LC-3 excavator, supplied by Scotia Plant.
The new 14 tonner joins several other Doosan excavators that DA MacDonald has bought recently, including DX140LC and DX225LC models.
This ice bucket challenge thing is clearly getting out of hand...
I am told that it is no longer acceptable to simply give money to charity. You have to throw a bucket of cold water over yourself and then give money - even though the original concept was an old fashioned 'do or dare' choice.
But in the construction industry a conventional bucket is not good enough.