DSM SHOW CONFIDENCE IN MOLSON WITH ANOTHER INVESTMENT IN MACHINES AND ATTACHMENTS
July 23, 2015
A dynamic demolition firm that requires a versatile and reliable supplier, DSM coninue to grow their business using machinery from Molson.
Birmingham based demolition specialist DSM Demolition Group has earned a reputation for delivering quality, cost effective, innovative and safe demolition and decommissioning schemes in the years since its inception.
First established in 1988 DSM has gone on to develop strong business relationships with repeat clients thanks to the quality of its service. Operating across a broad range of sectors with clients including local authorities, government departmental bodies, health trusts, utility companies, developers and main contractors the firm works across the UK and abroad.
Over the years Molson Group have been honoured to supply the team at DSM with a range of equipment to suit their burgeoning business. That relationship has seen the company take a raft of new machines recently to help the specialist on some of its major projects, including the demolition of the former Central TV studios in the centre of Birmingham to make way for the £400million ‘Arena Central’ mixed use development.
The studios were the home of anarchic 1970’s children’s TV show Tiswas but there is nothing chaotic about the work the DSM team is doing on the site.
It is using its fleet of machines to help crunch and crack its way through the mass of steel and reinforced concrete that makes up the site in the centre of Birmingham. Over recent months Molson has been able to supply a range of demolition specification machines to DSM including nine Hyundai R300LC-9A’s, one R220LC-9A and five Hyundai R380LC-9A tracked excavators with an additional two R27Z-9 mini excavators and a R520LC-9A complete with a Kocurek 26m high reach boom.
These Hyundai excavators have been followed up with an Ammann ARX26 Tandem Roller and an NPK X-4A Hydraulic Cracker attachment.
Molson area sales manager Stuart Butler has seen the deal through which pushes the total number of machines and pieces of equipment supplied to DSM Demolition by us to over 40 in the last few years.
Stuart said: “We have a very good working relationship with DSM Demolition. We have been able to supply the team with the number of machines they require but we have also put a strong emphasis on the after sales service we deliver. We are proud to be associated with the work the DSM team is carrying out and are sure that we can continue to be its plant supplier of choice.”
Molson joint managing director Robin Powell said: “DSM is one of the demolition and decommissioning sector’s real success stories. We have been fortunate enough to be able to work with them over the years and help meet the plant supply requirements for such a busy, dynamic company.”