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McHale now stocking Lokotrack parts

Metso Lokotrack LT1213S

Metso parts support extended as Irish sales take off; plus new middle-management appointments announced

IRELAND’s Metso equipment distributors McHale Plant Sales have extended their support for the brand with the announcement that they are now stocking a comprehensive range of spare parts for Lokotrack crushing equipment. As a result, urgent demand for parts can now be supplied through the company’s centres in Birdhill and Rathcoole.

Since being appointed as distributors for Metso, McHale say they have ‘hit the ground running’ securing a number of high-profile deals, with Hilltop Quarries, Ducon Concrete, McTigue Quarries, John McCabe Earthworks and Enda McCabe’s Mile River all now operating the Finnish-made machines.

In addition, the company has taken steps to bolster its middle-management team with a number of new appointments. Joining the company in September will be Damien McHale, who is returning from Canada to take up the position of marketing manager with responsibility for the Komatsu, Metso, Merlo and Zetor product lines.

Other line management changes have seen Anthony Ryan appointed as after-sales manager in succession to Ger Costelloe, who has retired; Daragh O’Driscoll appointed to manage the company’s Customer Finance Desk services; and Adam Kierzkowski appointed as IT manager with additional responsibility for website, social media and marketing support services.

Three new sales appointments have also been announced: Sean Ryan (Dungarvan), Tom Doheny (Limerick) and Paul Mullally (Ballingarry).

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