Finlay Plant Secures KKB3R Order
- 06 July 2009
- Company & Industry News
The Terex Finlay 883 screeners have joined the range of machinery in the KKB3R fleet, which reflects the company's growing and diverse operations in its eleventh year of trading.
KKB3R was formed in 1998 by Colin Basi, with one excavator and one Trommel screener. It now has a turnover of £10 million and specialises in remediation, contract recycling and specialist material processing.
The new screeners take the number of machines supplied to KKB3R, by Finlay Plant South East, to a total of 20.
Colin Basi, managing director of KKB3R, said: "It is important for us to have a supplier with same day service and spares back-up, so that is why we keep with Finlay Plant.
"The Terex Finlay 883 is proving a valuable asset. We needed it to expand our operations in general remediation work across the south of England."
The Finlay 883 works as an aggregate screener after a primary crusher, or on its own as a frontline screening machine.
Applications include quarry waste, construction and demolition debris, topsoil and aggregates. Processing at a rate of up to 500 tonnes per hour, the key to the 883 is its adaptability, whatever the application or industry.
Leon Sheehy, managing director of Finlay Plant South East, said: "As a business, we have focused on delivering best-fix processing solutions for screening, washing, silt recovery, crushing, waste processing and recycling, all coupled with excellent service.
"We are delighted that KKB3R have built up their fleet through our company and that they enjoy the reassurance of our comprehensive service and spares offering, to keep their entire fleet running effectively, with just one point of contact for all their machinery."