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CP Hire orders another 70 dumpers

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It is said to be the largest site dumper supply contract agreed in Northern Ireland in nearly a decade. CP Hire will take delivery of the one-, three-, six- and nine-tonne dumpers throughout the course of 2016.

CP Hire managing director Andrew Hutchinson said: “With a wide range of high-quality site dumper models available on short lead times, Terex was the obvious choice for us. We have a very positive relationship with Sleator Plant, our local dealer, which delivers a hassle-free service and an excellent backup and maintenance provision.”

Sleator Plant general manager Jonathan Campbell said: “In 2014, we announced one of the country’s largest-ever site dumper contracts. The 54-unit deal, made by CP Hire, was nearly 10-times higher than any order placed in Northern Ireland over the past five years.

“Thanks to excellent product performance, customer support, back-up, servicing, training and maintenance provision, the agreement was delivered to deadline and our relationship with CP Hire continued to grow. In fact, throughout the rest of the year, we supported the business with a selection of one-off units to service a number of new contracts and projects, taking the total supply figure to 65 dumpers.”

He continued: “Twelve months later, following incremental growth by both companies, CP Hire has further grown its rental fleet and placed an order for 70 more Terex site dumpers for 2016.”

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