The time is right for CQMS '15
After early signs of real growth in the Irish construction and quarrying equipment market in 2014, 2015 looks set to be even better with some predicting as much as 100% growth. The construction and mining industries have been crying out for a show where the latest equipment can be seen operating in authentic conditions and in 2015 that desire is being met with the launch of CQMS'15, the Construction & Quarrying Machinery Show which will be held at Molloy's Quarry in Tullamore, Co. Offaly on April 17 and 18.
Kobelco Construction Machinery appoints Irish dealer
McSharry Bros. (Manufacturing) Ltd forges new sales and service team
Kobelco Construction Machinery Europe B.V. (KCME) is pleased to announce the
recent addition of McSharry Bros. (Manufacturing) Ltd - known as McSharry
Bros. - to an expanding European, Russia & CIS and Maghreb operating network
of authorised Kobelco dealers.
Sleator secures Northern Irelands biggest dumper contract in nearly a decade
Northern Ireland-based Sleator Plant, a specialist capital equipment provider to the construction and material handling sectors, has secured a record-breaking sales order for heavy-duty site dumpers.
Close Brothers confirmed as headline sponsor CQMS15
Close Brothers Commercial Finance has announced that it is the headline sponsor of the 2015 Machinery Movers Magazine Construction and Quarry Machinery Show (CQMS), which is set to take place from the 17th - 18th April at Molloys Quarry, County Offaly.
Leading the way in waste handling
Case and Manitou dealer Jim Macadam Equipment says the range of equipment it offers leads the way when it comes to waste loading solutions. The new Case 721FXR waste specification Wheel Loader and a 621FXT Wheel Loader are designed specifically for working within the waste and recycling management sectors.
£19 million transport infrastructure boost for Northern Ireland
The Quarry Products Association Northern Ireland (QPANI) has welcomed the reallocation by the Northern Ireland Executive of £19 million of capital funds, which was announced earlier this week by Finance Minister Simon Hamilton.
Engineering investment for 2015
NC Engineering from Northern Ireland, renowned for innovative and class leading products both for the construction and agricultural sectors, has substantially invested in the design and manufacture of mobile equipment in it's off highway division.