EMS (Embankment Machinery Sales), has been appointed as the official Terex Trucks dealer in the Republic of Ireland. Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, the company will be providing sales, service and parts for Terex Trucks articulated and rigid dump trucks.
JCB announces $1 million diggers donation to quake zone
JCB has moved to support the relief effort in earthquake-hit Nepal with the donation of diggers and electrical power generators worth around $1 million.
Komatsu has launched the D85EX/PX-18 crawler dozer - proof according to the Japanese manufacturer, that its march towards the introduction of the ultimate environmentally-friendly machine is solidly on course.
Following the recent unveiling by their distributor in Ireland, McHale Plant Sales of Birdhill, a number of units have already been sold.
Atlas Copco Construction and Mining service divisions have invested in a range of new training facilities. These include state of the art training simulators, industry-leading activity based offices and investment in workshops across the UK and Ireland.
Interest in Metso leaves McHale Plant Sales 'Exceedingly Pleased'
McHale Plant Sales managing director, Michael McHale, has expressed himself 'exceedingly pleased' at the level of interest being shown by quarry owners in the Metso range of rock crushers and screening plant.
SSAB is launching Strenx the new brand for high-strength steels
SSAB is launching Strenx, a new high-strength structural steel product brand, which offers the most extensive portfolio of high- strength steels on the market.This will open up new competitive possibilities for customers to make stronger, lighter and more sustainable products.
Komatsu distributor McHale Plant Sales of Birdhill has strengthened its sales representation in the South West with the appointment of Declan Spillane as Komatsu Area Sales Manager for the Munster region.
Donington Park Auction features Liebherr R956LC demoliton excavator
Urgent action needed on Construction Contracts Bill
The Construction Contracts Bill is a piece of legislation aimed an improving the process of payments within the construction industry in Ireland. It seeks to remove the possibility of payments being withheld for extended periods of time. While the aims of the Bill have been widely welcomed, the industry is not happy with the length of time it is taking to implement the Bill.