Monthly Archives: March 2021

Dry stone walling

New tools to facilitate business and boost artisans work The ancient art of dry stone walling becomes more structured when it meets new engineering techniques. At the end of 2017, UNESCO intervened and confirmed how valuable the art of dry stone walling is. They’ve added this building technique to the …

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New Bobcat Excavators Increase Versatility for Hirst Brothers

Hirst Brothers Contractors Ltd of York has taken delivery of new Bobcat E27 and E85 mini-excavators.Jointly run by Directors, Edd and Tom Hirst, Hirst Brothers provides a comprehensive range of services, including site clearance, tree surgery, estate management, forestry, fencing and excavation. The company works nationwide and has a growing …

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Plant MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2

Efficient key player with large range of application  With the market launch of the new MOBICAT MC 110(i) EVO2, Kleemann presents a mobile jaw crushing plant of the new generation. The further development of the tried and tested predecessor plant offers users groundbreaking technologies for optimising all areas of a typical …

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X marks the spot as JCB seals big deal for excavators

JCB has secured one of the biggest deals of the year for its X-Series range of tracked excavators after an investment by one of the Midlands’ leading civil engineering companies. Chasetown Civil Engineering has bought 20 X-Series machines – including 220X and 140X models – as part of an investment …

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Great Little Mover

Brian James Trailers launches Eco Plant, an entry-level plant trailer designed for transporting small and low ground clearance machinery. Brian James Trailers has launched Eco Plant, an entry-level range of beavertail plant trailers ideal for the transportation of light plant such as scissor lifts, access platforms and mini-diggers. The competitively …

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