The TA1, TA3, TA6 and TA9 dumpers, manufactured at Terex’s Coventry facility, will join A-Plant‘s hire fleet nationwide over the coming months.
“This announcement is testament to the heritage, quality and future vision of our site dumper range and reflects a rising demand for hard-wearing and reliable equipment, designed and built in the UK, using innovative processes and proven designs,” said Neal Nowick, general manager of Terex Coventry.
“Our range of compact construction equipment has gone from strength to strength over the last few years, which has led to us introducing a number of new technologies and design features, as well as the latest engine management and emissions reduction systems.
A-Plant marketing director Asif Latief said: “Our decision to invest in a new suite of Terex equipment reflects our confidence in the dumpers’ reliability and low cost of ownership.
“We pride ourselves in offering an extensive portfolio of construction equipment. The new site dumpers will be a great addition to our range and will play a highly important part in various national construction projects over the next few years.”
Terex dump trucks were once Benfords. Terex acquired Benford in 1999 as part of its acquisition of Powerscreen, which itself had bought Benford the previous year from the BM Group.