Metso and Mchale Plant Sales contacts deepen

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Pictured against the backdrop of their Dublin premises on Greenogue Industrial Estate, Rathcoole were members of McHale Plant Sales management with Metso personnel (left to right) Darragh O’Driscoll, Business Development Director MPS; Kevin Nugent, Finance Director MPS; Denis McGrath, Sales Director MPS; Juha Yli-Petäys, Senior Vice President, Global Distribution Management at Metso; Michael McHale, Chairman MPS; Adam Benn, Director, Capital Sales North EMEA at Metso; Renaud Lapointe, Senior Vice President, Metso Products Business Line; Carlos Padin, Vice President, Distribution Management Organisation EMEA at Metso; Tim Shanahan, Managing Director MPS; Liam Foley, Commercial Director MPS; Kimmo Anttila, Vice President Lokotrack Solutions at Metso; Anthony Ryan, Aftersales Director MPS; and James Cliffe, Company Manager UK MPS.

Contacts between Finnish crushers manufacturer, Metso and Irish construction equipment distributor, McHale Plant Sales (MPS) have deepened considerably since the Birdhill and Ratcoole-based company’s brief in relation to the marketing and sales of Lokotrack mobile crushers was extended beyond Ireland to include the entire UK market one year ago.

While here, discussions ranged across a number of major topics that included McHale Plant Sales’ presence at the forthcoming Hillhead 2024 expo where models being exhibited will include one from the new Lokotrack EC electric crushers range alongside a Nordwheeler NW8HRC unit and a number of other machines.

In addition to briefings relating to the Ireland and Northern Ireland markets, other items of interest included the forthcoming arrival here of the first Locotrack EC unit, and briefings on the progress being made by McHale on the recruitment, equipment sales, and operational fronts since their appointment as Metso distributors in the UK and the opening of facilities in Tamworth and Edinburgh.

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