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EDGE Innovate appoint new UK hire partner

EDGE Innovate and Southern Conveyors

Bristol-based Southern Conveyors add EDGE MS-Series conveyors to their UK hire fleet

EDGE Innovate have announced the appointment of Bristol-based Southern Conveyors Ltd as a new hire partner with responsibility for leasing the EDGE Innovate material-handling range throughout the UK region.

With more than 20 years’ experience, Southern Conveyors are firmly established as one of the UK’s leading specialist conveyor hire companies, offering a large selection of conveyors for short- or long-term hire within the construction and waste-management industries.


Gareth Herbert, managing director of Southern Conveyors, said: ‘By adding the EDGE MS-Series stockpile conveyors to our hire fleet, we will be creating an extra dimension that our clients will welcome, whilst taking us forward into further materials-handling applications across the UK.

‘Working with EDGE on this expansion has been a great experience – EDGE have been excellent in providing the solution we were looking for and we’re confident that their quality product offering and work ethos will combine well with our rental offering across the UK.’

Expressing his delight at the new partnership with Southern Conveyors, Mark McGlinn (centre of photo), EDGE Innovate’s territory distributor manager for Europe and the Middle-East, said: ‘This new partnership will strengthen Southern Conveyors place in the conveyor hire market whilst offering customers short-term conveyor solutions without a long-term financial commitment.’

Productivity, mobility and minimal operator costs form the central design principles of the MS-Series conveyor range, and with more than 1,000 units currently working around the world to date, EDGE say their mobile conveyors have been tried and tested in the harshest environments.


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