McHale Plant Sales opens overseas depot in England
Machinery distributor, McHale Plant Sales, has opened a UK logistics centre near Leeds in West Yorkshire (England).
It will be used primarily as a transportation, storage and transit centre for its growing trade in used machinery.
Looking forward, the company says that the facility could have an additional benefit, should it require a UK operational base in the post-Brexit era.
Also this month, the company – which has its headquarters in Birdhill, Co. Tipperary, and already has another depot in Rathcoole, Co. Dublin – brought its first Komatsu WA200-8 wheel loader into the country.
The machine is notable for its Stage IV compliant (128hp) engine, Smartloader Logic system, “big” multi-function monitor, air-suspended seat and re-styled appearance.
In other Komatsu news, the Japanese machinery giant recently developed a new hydraulic excavator with ‘Intelligent Machinery Control‘. While tracked excavators don’t normally catch AgriLand’s eye, this digging protection system might appeal to agricultural and plant contractors alike.
The new PC210LCi‐11 includes a control function that allows the operator to work without fear of digging too deep, thanks to its novel technology.
While Komatsu has previously released an excavator with “intelligent technology” – the PC210LCi-10 – this feature is now a “proven concept“. Komatsu claims its latest model can “dramatically improve efficiency, precision and safety on a work site”.
McHale Plant Sales has already sold a PC210LCi-10 here in Ireland; it’s on its way to Tower Plant and Civil Engineering.