CPR Resurfacing has bought an HM12H-E volumetric concrete mixer, a T4 concrete batching plant, a low level silo and a truck mixer.
The equipment will enable CPR to produce concrete for its specialist surfacing and civil engineering contracts, which include a rail infrastructure project and an airport redevelopment scheme.
The HM12H-E volumetric concrete mixer was developed by Utranazz in conjunction with US manufacturer Holcombe Mixers. It will be put to work providing concrete for commercial projects throughout Scotland.
William Black, managing director of CPR Resurfacing, said: “This investment reflects our commitment to customers, by providing modern, efficient plant and equipment that will ensure projects are delivered on time. It also enables us to stay competitive within the industry.”