DWM plant continues to grow

September 13, 2015

Long-standing Molson customer DWM Plant Ltd has continued the overhaul of its excavator fleet with the purchase of a raft of new Kobelco machines.

David McGregor, managing director at the Manchester multi-disciplinary company is a real fan of the blue machines and has revamped his stock of excavators, taking eight Kobelco machines across the range since they were re-introduced to the UK market last year.

They include two Kobelco SK210LC-9 crawlers, an SK350LC-9 excavator, an SK10SR-2 micro excavator, an SK75SR-3 machine as well as an SK140SRLC-3 and an SK27SR-5 mini excavator.

David claims the operating quality and fuel-sipping efficiency of the Kobelco’s are what draws him back to them.

He said: “They are incredibly reliable and are fantastically fuel efficient. They are a quality product but the savings you can make on your annual fuel bill can be amazing and will help offset the initial purchase cost.”

David drove his first Kobelco in 2000 when he was working on a pipeline project in Greater Manchester. Since then he has been a devoted user and Molson customer.

He said: “I think the quality of the Kobelco’s is second to none but that has to be backed up by similar quality service and Molson give you that. I have known the team at Molson for years and they are always available on the phone if you need them. They offer a personal level of service that you just don’t get with others.”

And he is pleased with the opening of the new Molson depot in Warrington.

He said: “It means I don’t have to travel all the way to Bristol to see anyone. Having the depot in Warrington is a real bonus.”

DWM plant continues to growMolson area sales manager Andy Wilkinson said: “It’s great to see David so happy with his Kobelco fleet. I’m sure he will continue to enjoy their quality and the great level of service that Molson offers all its customers.”