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Reflecting its position as one of the leading independent construction plant dealers in the UK Boss Plant Sales is stepping up its marketing to include a wider use of the,, now increasingly popular and widely used, social media channels.
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Boss Plant represent some of the best known and best loved brands in the construction plant world. All the brands are market leaders and experts in their field.
The Boss Plant team has years of experience in the UK plant market which they put to good use advising customers on model choice, specification, options and attachments and the all important pros and cons of end-user finance options.
Innovative compact equipment manufacturer Ausa has appointed Boss Plant Sales as its dealer for the South East of England. The deal, which is now in effect, covers Ausa’s extensive range of articulated site-dumpers and ultracompact telehandlers.
Boss Plant Sales placed an initial order for stock and the first machines are already in the UK. AUSA is a world leader in construction equipment with over 50 years’ experience. Ausa designs, develops and manufactures its range of innovative products in a large modern manufacturing complex 60km north of Barcelona, Spain.
On signing the agreement Boss Plant Sales’ MD Graham Stansfield commented, “This is an important step for us as we expand our range of products. Ausa site-dumpers and ultracompact telehandlers sit well with our existing range of equipment and will appeal to both end-users and the hire market. I’m very impressed with Ausa’s modern ergonomic designs, the quality of the componentry used and their machine’s overall fit and finish. We look forward to getting started on actively promoting the range in June.”
Ausa articulated site dumpers range from 1 to 10 tonnes capacity. They use high quality Kubota or Deutz engines. The smaller models use hydrostatic 4WD with 6 tonnes and up using torque converter transmissions. All models offer a ROPS roll bar, excellent visibility and ergonomics and an ‘all-in-one’ joystick control for safety and productivity.
Ausa ultracompact telehandlers, powered by reliable and efficient Kubota engines, have a range of payloads from 1,350kg to 2,300kg with lift heights in the 4.2m to 5.0m range. These advanced machines are safe, reliable and robust. Featuring hydrostatic drive with 4-wheel drive, and 4-wheel steer they are ideal for a range of material handling tasks in construction and industrial applications.