Once again we will be exhibiting at the Executive Hire Show this year. Taking place next week (Weds 6th & Thurs 7th February) at Coventry's Ricoh Arena.
This year, more than ever we are excited for this show with our new line of compact Kobelco excavators, as well as popular hire models from Ammann and Cormidi.
Excavator's on show will include: the SK28SR-6 (2,950 kg) complete with a Daemo B30 breaker, SK17SR-3 (1,655 kg) a cabbed machine with expanding tracks and the SK10SR-2 (1,065 kg) a 1 tonne micro with servo controls.
Two models of Cormidi tracked dumpers will be on our stand. Both will travel through a standard doorway and have a hi-tip function.
Joining the ARX12, an 80 cm wide roller with clear sided drum view will be the ARR1575 trench roller and a selection of vibratory compaction plates and a cabling rammer.
Below is a teaser of some of the machines you will see. We look forward to seeing you at the show, on Stand C40.
The second part of our annual review concentrates on July - December which included the small matters of a re-brand and new excavator line!
Thank you from everyone at Molson Compact Equipment for your support during 2018. Let's hope 2019 brings more success for everyone.
Hands up who spotted the Dieci telehandlers working at European race tracks over the summer? Twelve Zeus 37.7s and Dedalus 30.7s were on hand not only to help with race week setups but also to clear up after any unfortunate accidents. We watched an early collision in one race, in the space of a few minutes, the Zeus 37.7 machine positioned in the escape route, at the exit of the corner, hitched up and carried off the two cars, while marshals removed dangerous fragments from the track.
Plant Hire firm, Plantforce, added a number of Dieci Apollo 25.6R telehandlers into their growing fleet. The Apollo 25.6R a model specifically spec’d for hire work and suiting the requirements of Plantforce. Further options were added to these machines to make them ready for hire. This included; green flashing beacons, radio systems and reverse camera kits. All of which was fitted by our engineers.
We supported the Molson Group stand at the APF forestry show by having a Bergmann 4010 tracked dumper on the demo plot. This 10 tonne, tracked dumper with a rotating skip and fully turning operators platform is perfect for use on large outdoor jobs such as forestry work. Features such as: low ground pressure, powerful engine and a large comfortable cab, make it it particularly suited to this work.
*Hello Molson Compact Equipment LTD*
In line with the current evolution of the Molson Group, we re-branded as Molson Compact Equipment LTD in October this year. This meant our site just outside of Stratford-upon-Avon, became the Molson Group ‘Centre of Excellence’ for all compact plant equipment.
Molson Compact Equipment Managing Director, Robert Brown said of the changes “Being the centre of excellence will involve us being responsible for the processing of Sales, Parts, Servicing, Storage and PDI for the Molson Group compact ranges. Whilst still offering ongoing Yanmar parts and service support”
A big part of the re-brand is the addition of Kobelco mini excavators to the Molson Compact offering. These excavator models, from 1-10 tonne, perfectly complement the existing lines of Ammann, Dieci, Bergmann and Cormidi plant machinery. Models including the 1 tonne, SK10SR-2, 2.8 tonne SK28SR-6, 7 tonne SK75SR-3 and 8 tonne SK85MSR-3 all started going through our workshop in Novemeber.
A group of Molson Compact staff, as well as current and prospective customers took a trip to the Bergmann factory in Meppen, Germany. It was great to see how these high quality dumpers are put together and the build quality along each step of production. Also on site was the car part manufacturing area, where Bergmann produce manifolds for Porsche and Ferrari.
2018 has been some year for Molson Compact Equipment LTD!
We have seen many changes over the past 12 months, but now we are in a position where we can offer you the best lineup of products in our history.
Below are just some of our highlights and favorite moments from the first six months of the year. Part 2 will follow soon...
A project to recondition 5 Dieci F7000 truck mixers started in January. These trucks have had a 24/7 working life on a major construction site. The job at hand wasn't to just replace but actually improve the specifications on the machine. Once the cement was cleared the mechanics roles and jobs included: Replacing components such as; starter motors, batteries, alternators and filters, as well as a complete re paint.
Once again we showed a range of smaller products, well suited to the hire industry at 2018's EHS. This year we saw a high interest in the Dieci Apollo 25.6R telehandler as well as the Cormidi hit-tip tracked dumpers. The highlight of the show this year was securing a deal to provide Ammann ARR1575 trench rollers to a large hire firm.
In March we had a Zeus 33.11, Dieci's most compact stabilised telehandler, making a great 'hands on' impression, working on a national home builders site.
A big benefit of the 33.11 is that the jack legs deploy within the width of the wheels. Thus allowing the operator to still be able to lift to maximum height, even on compact sites, perfect for modern day house building.
For our hard work on the continued deal we have to supply Ardent Hire with their rollers, we received a special commendation from Ammann.
Well done to everyone from Sales, Parts, Service and Marketing who helped us gain this award.
Our product portfolio grew further in June with the addition of Bergmann dumpers. The newly remodelled Bergmann ADT150 wheeled dumpers leads the new lineup. These machines come with either a swivel, rear or three side tip and have optional 180° rotating seats with reversing cameras, so the operator can always be facing the direction of travel. This key safety feature makes these machines well suited to industries such as tunneling, mining and quarrying.
A very hot, dusty but successful Hillhead show was held in late June. The launch of the Bergmann machines took centre stage but there was much interest in the Dieci telehandler models and Ammann compaction equipment. A prototype ARX-2 series roller was also on the stand, a glimpse into the future of tandem rollers.
Molson Compact Equipment will be showcasing a selection of machines from their extensive range at LAMMA 2019. The models being exhibited all have an operational cross over between the construction and agricultural sectors.
Joining a hi-tip, Cormidi tracked barrow and the impressive TrommALL 2500 deck screen, will be three excavator models from Kobelco. Molson Group are the UK importer of these Japanese built excavators, with a reputation for reliability, smoothness of operation and low fuel consumption.
The 8 tonne, SK85 MSR-2PB is renowned as one of the best excavators in its weight class. The innovative two piece boom makes it a very versatile digger, with exceptional dig depth, reach and lifting capabilities for a machine this size. Other features that make the SK85 such a popular choice include; a large comfortable cab, a revolutionary noise and dust reduction filter, eco-mode to further improve fuel efficiency, a powerful 42kW engine, plus rear and side camera for increased all around visibility and safety.
On show from the smaller, but no less popular, end of the Kobelco range will be the SK28SR-6 (2,950 kg) and the SK10SR-2 (1,065 kg).
The SK28 offers practical performance whilst maintaining a short tail swing. Making this compact, yet powerful mini well suited to all manner of groundworks, even in confined spaces. The SK10 has an expanding undercarriage from 750-980 mm, aiding stability and digging capabilities of this micro excavator.
Molson Group looks forward to welcoming you to Stand 9.316 at LAMMA 2019.
Next week is the annual APF show, the UK's largest forestry, woodland, arboricultral, fencing and biomass exhibition.
The event is taking place at Ragley Estate, nr Alcester, Warwickshire and will be open on the 20th, 21st and 22nd September.
As part of the Molson Group Stand (720-760 out) will be a Bergmann 4010. This 10 tonne, tracked dumper with a rotating skip and fully turning operators platform is perfect for use on large outdoor jobs such as forestry work.
Here are some of the reasons this dumper is so suited to work in all manner of environments:
If you can't make the show and would like some further information on the Bergmann 4010 then please contact our head office on:
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Next week (Wednesday 1st & Thursday 2nd August) see's the Black Isle show taking place near Inverness, Scotland. The show is one of Scotland's largest agricultural events, with a range of related equipment being shown.
As well as all the usual attractions the show has to offer, there will be A&Y products represented on the Young Plant Sales stand.
As the Scotland dealer for both the Dieci and Bergmann products, models from these ranges will be found on stands B29/C50
So what's on show?
Bergmann ADT150 Swivel Tip
With a load volume of 8.5 m³ and the ability to work comfortably at high speed, the ADT150 is in a league of its own when it comes to this size of dumper. Visitors to the stand will be able to see the large, comfortable cab, as well as the easily accessed service points. Including a very clever electronics board.
Move More, For Less with Bergmann
Dieci Apollo 25.6 R
Apollo 25.6R is a fixed boom telehandler made for the construction industry, with excellent features, high versatility and unbeatable handling: it is designed to meet the needs of small works in fact it perfectly fits in tight and difficult spaces.
This particular model has the main selling points that its less than 2 metres wide and in cab height. This makes it very mobile and perfectly suited to work on job sites where space is of a premium.
Young Plant Sales look forward to welcoming you to their stand and showing you the many features and benefits of these two machines.
If you can't make it to the show then please don't hesitate to contact us for further details about any of our products.
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In just two weeks time our Hillhead 2018 stand will be open for business. This year we will be showing machines specifically aimed at the quarrying, mining and large scale construction sectors, including new products to both A&Y and the UK market.
So what will you find on Stand N17?
Complete with a padfoot drum kit, making this single drum roller 14.5 tonne, this roller has an incredibly high compaction output. Faster compaction in fewer passes saves time and money on site.
We will show a number of models from the ever popular and reliable ARX range of tandem rollers. A key feature of these rollers include: an electric drive-lever making for smooth starting and stopping and is among the reasons the rollers is popular with operators. Other operator benefits include a rubber-mounted platform that limits vibration and an intuitive instrument panel.
This remote controlled trench roller, with its articulating and oscillating central joint ensures even compaction.Two steering cylinders help make the ARR 1575 responsive and precise, while the oscillation feature provides excellent stability on uneven surfaces.
Apollo 25.6 R
A rental spec, compact telehandler that is under 2 metres in both height and width. Since taking over the Dieci range last year we have sold many of these machines to both end users and hire fleets.
An 11 metre telehandlers that again is a very compact machine. The jacklegs fully deploy within the width of the machine and a tight turning radius make it the ideal fit for building sites across the UK.
ADT150 Swivel Tip
With a load volume of 8.5 m³ and the ability to work comfortably at high speed, the ADT150 is in a league of its own when it comes to this size of dumper. Visitors to the A&Y stand at Hillhead will be able to see the large, comfortable cab, as well as the easily accessed service points. Including a very clever electronics board.
4010 Swivel Tip
Despite having a payload of 10 t and weighing nearly 15 t these tracked dumpers have a very low ground pressure. Again a rotating seat option and cameras gives optimal visibility and safety.
It is now under a month until the ever popular Hillhead show. Once again this year A&Y will be exhibiting on stand N17, showing you the latest products and giving you an insight into what is coming soon.
Since the last Hillhead in 2016 we now have two new product lines, we are delighted to be able to show for the first time Bergmann dumpers as well as models from the growing Dieci telehandler range.
On the compaction side a single drum, ASC roller will be joined by ARX tandem rollers, including a model never seen before in the UK... Also an ARR1575 with the latest in compaction technology will complete the line up. Come and see how these new ideas can save you all important time and money on site.
We look forward to welcoming you onto our stand and discussing any of our products in greater detail
All eyes will be on Paris next week as Intermat takes over. All of the major manufacturers will be there showing off their latest releases and innovations.
You can find all of our machines by visiting these stands:
Ammann - Stand C E 032
Cormidi - Stand 5A G 184
Dieci - Stand E5 G 002
Yanmar - Stand E2 C 005
Dieci will be releasing two machines to their extensive telehandler range during the show, by introducing the Icarus 50.18 and the Pegasus 50.26. Both models represent the company’s goal to increase loading capacity and lifting height of its machines.
In the case of the 50.18, the model provides 5 tonnes capacity and 18m height. The machine can lift 5000kg and reach heights of up to 18m. It weighs in at 14,500kg and is powered by an 85.1 kW Kubota engine that complies with Stage 4 emission limits.
The chassis has been completely re-designed, based on a new modular style across Dieci’s machines. Designing new models with a modular concept allows Dieci to use the same subassemblies on machines from different product families, guaranteeing standardisation of components.
Dieci is also launching the Pegasus 50.26 at Intermat. Pegasus models are available with lifting heights from 16m to 30m and loading capacities from 3.8 tonnes to 6 tonnes. The new 26m model combines the new electronically managed Final Tier 4/Stage IV engines.
The machine is driven by a 4.5 litre diesel engine with a maximum power rating of 127 kW. FPT’s NEF N45 Turbo Common Rail engine, in compliance with Final Tier 4/Stage IV emission regulations, makes it possible to combine lively performance and fast response to operator commands with reliability, simple maintenance and excellent fuel economy.
The new electronic hydrostatic transmission makes for top speeds of up to 40 km/h with precision control also of low speed travel movements. The transmission is combined with a separate inching pedal, likewise electronically controlled, and a servocontrolled two-speed work/travel mechanical gearbox.
To reach a lifting height of 26m the boom was designed from scratch, with four sections that extend simultaneously and proportionally. The chassis and turret are derived from Pegasus 45.30, the flagship vehicle in the Dieci range (as shown below).
Our Dieci products will have a presence at next weeks ScotPlant show, through our telehandler dealer for Scotland, Young Plant Sales.
Featured on their stand will be a 6 metre, Apollo 25.6R and a 14 metre, Icarus 40.14, two of the most popular models in the range.
Some basic specs for these models can be seen below:
The show itself takes place Friday 20th & Saturday 21st April at Edinburgh's Royal Highland Centre. The Young Plant & Equipment Ltd stand is centrally located, along Avenue E.
If you are visiting the show be sure to take a look at the Dieci machines, with more and more sales across the UK you will be seeing and hearing plenty more about these impressive products.
We do have finance options such as Op Lease available, as are extended warranty and service contract possibilities. For further information on this or any of our products please contact the office on: 01789 414525 / email@example.com