Rototilt’s Scottish dealer looks to expand service network

HHH Equipment is looking for a service partner in the east of Scotland following a period of expansion.

The Inverness-based attachment specialist, also known as Highland Hammer Hire, is the sole Scottish distributor for Sweden-based tiltrotator manufacturer Rototilt.

A service network has been established to cover much of the country to deliver product support, with HHH now searching for a partner in the east of Scotland.

Callum Mackintosh, managing director at HHH Equipment said, “Following our appointment as the only distributor in Scotland for Rototilt, our sales have increased rapidly. Through this expansion, we are able to work with fellow excavator dealers throughout Scotland.

“We supply Rototilt products to a number of key excavator dealers, such as Balgownie, Agritrac Plant and Molson Young Plant Sales, while retaining responsibility for the installation and after sales support.

“In the central belt, Ayrshire and Dumfries and Galloway – strong markets for Rototilt – we have been growing sales over the past 12 months and now work with Campbell Howie Plant Services in Mauchline as a HHH Equipment service partner. As an enthusiastic, driven and knowledgeable partner, I’m delighted to have Campbell onboard. As we now look for a service partner on the east coast, I’d encourage any prospective candidates to get in touch.”

Campbell Howie of Campbell Howie Plant Hire added, “We’ve had a productive six months working with HHH Equipment to look after its Rototilt clients. It’s been great to work with the team at HHH Equipment to service local clients in the south west of Scotland and beyond. Becoming a service partner is a great opportunity for similar businesses in the east of Scotland.”

Malcolm Long, country manager at Rototilt Ltd commented, “It’s great to have HHH Equipment onboard, their dedication to providing quality service and support to their customer base is impressive. Sales are increasing rapidly and I look forward to seeing this growth continue as the team recruits a service partner in the east of Scotland.”

Those interested in becoming a service partner in the east of Scotland should contact Callum on