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Plantworx 2015 a huge success for Terex Construction

Leading equipment solutions provider, Terex Construction, has heralded last week’s Plantworx exhibition as its most successful trade show of the year.

With more than 2,000 visitors to the stand, over 1,000 leads collected and huge interest in the latest range of Terex compact equipment, the event provided an excellent opportunity to engage with thousands of equipment professionals from across the country.

As well as hosting twice-daily live equipment demonstrations and offering trials for owner-operators, the team exhibited its T4i-compliant TLB890 backhoe loader – a highly productive machine, specifically designed with the user in mind. Featuring a turbo-charged, air cooled 100HP engine, the TLB890 meets the highest levels of international emissions legislation, while delivering quiet operation and a 12.5% increase in torque compared to previous models.

Offering a 1.2m3 heaped capacity bucket in both standard and 7-in-1 formats, the backhoe delivers powerful performance, substantial break out force and exceptional lifting capabilities. With a dig depth of 5.7m and lift height of 3.5m, the TLB890 has the versatility to tackle even the toughest of tasks.

Neal Nowick, General Manager at Terex Construction’s Coventry facility, commented: “As such a key event in the construction calendar, we’re delighted with the success of this year’s Plantworx exhibition.

“Alongside showcasing our latest backhoe loaders, site dumpers and compaction rollers, we also exhibited our ‘Generation 2015’ wheel loaders and excavators portfolio. With new engines, updated design and a refreshed operating system for greater productivity, each model features the latest in ‘Smart Control’ operating systems.

“With so many visitors to the stand, leads captured and engaged construction professionals, we’re confident that exhibiting at this year’s Plantworx show has been our most successful event of the year so far.”

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