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New Scottish distributor for Terex Pegson

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.’



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