Finlay Group is continuing a show of strength at Hillhead – with long-term partner KKB Group taking delivery of its 50th machine on the second day of the event.
Colin Basi, Chairman of KKB Group made the journey north to Buxton to take delivery of the new Terex Finlay 883+.
At the event he met with Leon Sheehy, the MD of Finlay Plant South East – which is part of the Finlay Group – to receive the machine,
The 883+ will now make its way to the south east to start work immediately on remediation projects.
For more than 15 years, Kent-based KKB Group has specified Terex Finlay 883s – and more recently J-1170 jaw crushers – to support its business.
Based in Rochester, the Group specialises in the delivery of niche services to the construction, recycling and regeneration sectors.
Providing practical solutions for the development of brownfield sites, from surveying to land remediation, waste recycling, aggregate production and plant hire, the company increases the value and environmental performance of the regeneration and recycling process.
Colin Basi said: “The new 883+ offers exceptional durability and flexibility to meet our needs.
“Year after year we consistently rely on Terex Finlay plant and the service and support of Finlay Plant South East.
“It’s a partnership which has been fundamental to the growth and success of our business.
“We are able to work with Finlay Plant South East to find the best machine for our needs and ensure each one works productively.
“We are delighted to take the keys to our 50th machine at Hillhead. It’s a landmark moment for us – marking a significant time in our company’s history, as well as a reflection of our commitment to the future and our relationship with Finlay Plant South East.”
The high performance Terex Finlay 883+ is designed to work after a primary crusher or on its own as a frontline tracked mobile screening machine.
Applications include quarrying, mining construction and demolition debris, topsoil, recycling, sand, gravel, coal and aggregates.
The plant has the capacity to process at a rate of up to 500 tonnes per hour and can be fed either by a tracked mobile crusher or an excavator.