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Five Weidemanns in a row for Norfolk recycler

Digger Blogger | 19:47, Mon September 17 2012

A Norfolk recycling centre is enjoying continued success with its latest Weidemann articulated loader, the fifth unit the company has owned since the late 1980's.

MW White of Ketteringham near Norwich is a family owned business and moved to the current, purpose-built site in 1993 where it has grown steadily to a point where it is now handling nearly 1300 tonnes of dry recyclables every week. According to managing director Paul White, every Weidemann machine has played an important role in the day-to-day site activity and he commented, "For our inside working the 4070 model we chose this time is big and powerful enough to do the job with ease, but also compact enough to work in some fairly confined areas"

Mr White continued, "The machines have come a long way since the first ones we owned, but they have always been comfortable to operate and extremely reliable, also the service provide by local dealer Ben Burgess has simply been faultless".

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The 4070 telescopic loader is one of nearly 40 models in Weidemann's comprehensive line-up of articulated wheeled loaders. Weighing in at 5800kg, this unit is powered by a fuel efficient Perkins 4 cylinder engine developing 74.5kw @2200 rpm and features a tilting cab structure which provides outstanding access for routine servicing and maintenance. 

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