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Leach Lewis Heavy win new Doosan dealership

New business in the Leach Lewis Group to look after Doosan sales and service across the Midlands

DOOSAN Infracore Construction Equipment have appointed Leach Lewis Heavy as their new authorized dealer for Doosan-branded products in Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Leicestershire, Cambridgeshire and East Warwickshire.

Leach Lewis Heavy, a new business in the Leach Lewis Group, are now responsible for the sales and servicing of Doosan tracked and wheeled excavators, wheel loaders and articulated dumptrucks throughout these areas.

Based at dedicated premises in Whittlesey, near Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, the team at Leach Lewis Heavy is headed by Sean Donovan, who recently joined the company and has wide experience in the UK heavy-equipment market.  

Peter Sayers, commercial director at Leach Lewis, commented: ‘We have been looking for some time to distribute a line of heavy equipment and we are delighted to represent the Doosan product range, which is popular in the UK market. The new headquarters for Leach Lewis Heavy at Whittlesey provides a truly local presence for Doosan customers.’

Leach Lewis Heavy are responsible for service and warranty work on all existing Doosan products in their area, covering everything from emergency repairs to routine maintenance, backed by a full range of genuine accessories and parts.

The company will also be stocking some Doosan products at Whittlesey, to allow it to respond quickly to customers requiring machines at short notice. These will include: crawler excavators covering operating weights from 14 to 70 tonnes; Doosan’s eight-model range of wheel loaders with bucket capacities from 1.5 to 5.0 cubic metres; the Doosan Moxy range of four ADTs; and Doosan’s four-model telehandler range, which offer maximum lift heights of 10m and lifting capacities from 7 to 21 tonnes. 

 
 

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