BLUE Machinery (Scotland) Ltd, who have been serving customers north of the border and in parts of northern England with Powerscreen mobile screens for almost a decade, are forecasting a growth in turnover from £10 million to £25 million over the next three years following the recent addition of Terex Pegson mobile crushers to their dealership portfolio.
As part of the UK-wide Blue Machinery Group, Stirling-based Blue Machinery (Scotland) will now offer the full range of Powerscreen and Terex Pegson crushing and screening equipment to customers in North Yorkshire, Durham, Teesside, Cleveland, Tyne & Wear, Northumberland, Cumbria and Scotland, including the Highlands and Islands.
Their product range includes the new machines launched at Hillhead, such as the 600 tonnes/h H5163, the six-product mid-range Chieftain 1700 and the high-performance Chieftain 2100X from Powerscreen, and the new Cat-powered XV350 vertical-shaft impactor from Terex Pegson.
Blue Machinery (Scotland) have a long-established team of four sales personnel together with an eight-man after-sales team comprising fully trained and experienced field service engineers and parts specialists, backed up by a fully stocked parts store on site.
Commenting on the new distributorship agreement, Austin Carey, managing director of Blue Machinery (Scotland) Ltd, said: ‘Terex Pegson is the perfect complement to our existing business with Powerscreen. These are exciting times for us as we’ve already completed a deal with WH Malcolm for four mobile crushers and one mobile screen, and we are looking forward to the future.’