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New Doosan dealer for London and the South East

Doosan DA30-5

Kellands (Plant Sales) appointed to cover the capital and the south-east of England

DOOSAN Construction Equipment have appointed Kellands (Plant Sales) Ltd, based in Bridgwater, Somerset, as their new authorized dealers for London and the South East for the Doosan range of crawler, wheeled and mini/midi-excavators, wheel loaders and articulated dumptrucks.

The new appointment is an extension to the area currently covered by Kellands as the long-standing Doosan dealers for the whole of south-west England, covering the counties of Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, Devon, Cornwall, North Somerset, Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol and Gloucestershire.

Kellands, who are looking to purchase a new depot in the South East to cover the expanded area, have already recruited three additional salesmen and three new service engineers for the new area, with two more to follow. The engineers all work from new service vans fully equipped with workshop tools and extensive parts for on-the-spot service work.

Anthony Pearce, Doosan regional manager for Northern Europe, said: ‘We are delighted to be able to appoint Kellands as the new Doosan dealer for London and south-east England. Over the last 30 years, Kellands have established an excellent track record as the Doosan dealer in the South West.’

He added: ‘Kellands have been awarded the extended area purely on merit, despite very strong interest from other parties. It reflects the focus at Kellands, under joint managing directors Mark Payne and Tim Hill, on delivering an exceptional customer experience and strong, local leadership within the company.’

Mark Payne commented: ‘Both Tim and I have been with Kellands for over 20 years – this is an exciting time for the company and we are very pleased to be extending our representation of the Doosan brand.

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