‘We’ll be back’

“A great show. We look forward to returning in 2014.” That was the post-Scotplant verdict from Sean Heron, managing director of Worsley Plant.
He secured good business including one deal for three crushing and screening attachments in a single order for Howford Quarry in Hexham, Northumberland. The package is for a rotary washing bucket for cleaning dirty gravel, a crushing bucket and a high-production screening bucket, all for fitting to a 14t Hyundai.
Worsley also officially launched the new-style Remu buckets in the UK after their debut at Intermat the previous week. Largest model shown was the EE4220 which, at 4.5 tonnes, will go on a 35t excavator or a Cat 966 shovel.

Sean Heron (left) and a visitor run the rule over the new Remu EE4220 which made its UK debut after its launch at Intermat in Paris.
Sean Heron (left) and a visitor run the rule over the new Remu EE4220 which made its UK debut after its launch at Intermat in Paris.

“Lots of hire business was secured which will lead on to sales.”
Sean went on: “I thought the show was excellent. Having time to reflect on it I feel it’s how shows should be – relaxed, inviting and approachable.
“We had good quality time with our customers. Stand set-up and breakdown with the staff was co-operative; can’t say that about all shows!”