Murray Plant named ALLU’s exclusive UK dealer

Bruce Murray (left) and Fergal O’Neill at ScotPlant

PAISLEY-based Murray Plant has been appointed ALLU’s exclusive dealer for the whole of the UK.

Murray Plant was previously attachment specialist ALLU’s dealer for Scotland but, following the firm’s acquisition by Blue Machinery Group, the business has taken over the distributorship for the remainder of the UK.

Murray Plant recently exhibited ALLU Transformers at ScotPlant 2018. Sales, aftermarket and service personnel from the firm have already undertaken application and service programmes in both the UK and Finland.

Carlos Guallart, ALLU’s UK distributor manager said, “Following discussions with both companies, we realised that an opportunity had arisen which would see Blue Machinery, via Murray Plant, take on the ALLU ranges throughout the UK. The opportunity to work alongside a company of Blue’s stature, as well as continue our relationship with Murray Plant which has dominated the UK breaker market for many years, was a fantastic opportunity.

“We now look forward to working with all parties to ensure that ALLU customers throughout the UK will be able to benefit from dealing with such respected organisations.”

Murray Plant’s Fergal O’Neill added, “What is genuinely exciting for all UK quarrying, demolition, construction, civil engineering and material handling businesses, is that now, for the very first time, the leading brands have now been brought together. Powerscreen, Rammer, Doppstadt, and ALLU, are all acknowledged leaders in their field. The operating synergies under the Blue Machinery banner are simply mind-blowing.”

ALLU president Ola Ulmala said, “We are sure that the combination of ALLU equipment and global aftermarket support, together with the local knowledge and industry expertise of Blue Machinery and Murray Plant, will enable ALLU customers to benefit from a winning combination. Our relationship with Murray Plant has always been excellent, and we look forward to continuing to work with the company now it is part of the Blue Machinery Group.”