“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.
“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!”