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Terex Ecotec making strides in Ireland

Terex Ecotec and McHale Plant Sales

Company appoints of McHale Plant Sales as exclusive distributor and service provider for all of Ireland

TEREX Ecotec, manufacturers of mobile chipping, shredding, screening, composting and associated loading equipment, have appointed McHale Plant Sales as their exclusive distribution partner and authorized service provider for the whole of Ireland.

Operating from their headquarters in Birdhill, near Limerick, and from a sales and technical support centre at Rathcoole, near Dublin, McHale Plant Sales are one of Ireland’s leading plant and machinery distributors with a customer base that includes many leading firms active in environmental recycling and waste management.

Conor Hegarty (left of photo), international sales director for Terex Ecotec, commented: ‘We are delighted to welcome McHale Plant Sales to our growing distribution network. They are uniquely positioned to provide localized coverage in our home market and this is a great opportunity for us to work with this highly experienced business to expand and strengthen our foothold in Ireland.

‘The opportunity and potential that exists within the buoyant Irish market excites us, and we are confident that McHale Plant Sales are well placed to capitalize on this, having already successfully placed a TDS 820 slow-speed shredder into the largest independent waste-management operation in Northern Ireland in recent weeks.’

Tim Shanahan, managing director of McHale Plant Sales, said: ‘We look forward to applying the full weight of our organization to the task of building on the excellent position that the Terex Ecotec range currently holds within the marketplace.

‘In addition to our work in sales and marketing, a major focus of our effort will be to communicate to customers the technical, service and parts support that we are geared to provide within sectors of industry that are expected to grow even more significantly in the years ahead.’

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