New innovations on display at Finlay open days

MOLSON Finlay and Finlay Scotland have announced they will host an open event on September 16 and 17 to show off their latest kit.

The sole distributors of Terex Finlay crushing, screening and conveying equipment in Britain will stage the event at Breedon Northern Raisby Quarry in Co. Durham.

On display will be 19 Terex Finlay crushers, screeners and conveyors, alongside other products from the Molson Group including Kobelco excavators and Hyundai loading shovels.

The event will include live demonstrations of products, including the new Terex Omni system which is described as having the potential to improve operator safety and increase productivity. Terex Omni is a tablet-based system that enables operators to monitor and adjust the settings and performance of products from the safety and comfort of their cabs.

Sean Warburton, MD of Molson Finlay said, “We are really looking forward to hosting the event with our colleagues at Finlay Scotland and Terex Finlay. The number of machines that will be on site working is sure to provide the wow factor and the presence of six prototype machines along with new technology like the Omni system definitely adds great depth to the event for all that attend.”

Tom McNeill, MD of Finlay Scotland added, “Breedon Northern Ltd have been a highly valued customer of Finlay Scotland for many years. I am delighted that Alan Mackenzie (Breedon Northern Ltd MD) and his team have agreed to work with us to host this event at their Raisby Quarry. This impressive quarry will offer a dramatic backdrop to what promises to be a fantastic event.”

Nigel Irvine, customer support manager at Terex Finlay commented, “Open Days are a great opportunity to let customers see the unique features and benefits of the Terex Finlay range of products. Thanks to the continuous investment in product development at the Terex factory in Omagh, we have lots to show at this event. With several new products ranging from conveyors that could significantly increase efficiency on many sites, to the Terex Omni system that we believe will re-define site safety and improve production for many of our customers.”

The event is open to the public, but visitors are encouraged to register for free at