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MDS dealership for Blue Scotland

Blue Scotland and MDS

Blue Machinery (Scotland) appointed as MDS distributor in Scotland and north-east England

BLUE Machinery (Scotland) Ltd have been appointed as the MDS distributor for Scotland and north-east England.

MDS – A Terex Brand – are a leading manufacturer of heavy-duty rock trommels and conveyors. The company, which was acquired by Terex MP in July 2021, was originally founded in 1995 and, over the last 25 years, has built a reputation for innovation, offering bespoke equipment solutions that can withstand the harshest of environments.

Blue Scotland become the second Blue company to become a dealer for the MDS brand in the UK, with Blue Central having taken on the dealership for north-west and central England.

Blue Machinery Spares will become the authorized parts provider for the MDS product ranges within the area in which Blue Scotland operate. The next/same-day delivery offered on most parts, paired with Blue Scotland’s network of field service engineers, means MDS customers will benefit from minimal machine downtime.

Austin Carey, managing director of Blue Machinery Scotland, commented: ‘Blue Scotland have had previous experience selling MDS rock trommels in the Scottish market. We felt that the recent acquisition of the business by Terex will result in further development of the product range.

‘We see lots of potential applications in which these products can excel, including overburden processing, rock armour, primary screening, and inert materials. We have some demonstration machines on order and will be showcasing these to our customers in the Autumn.’

Raheel Qamar, sales and marketing manager at MDS, said: ‘Blue Scotland will be key to strengthening our product offering in the northern England and Scotland. With their market knowledge and existing sales network, they will provide local support to the MDS customer base.’

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