A leading South East groundworks specialist has invested in a fleet of new JCB excavators and site dumpers in a deal worth over £2 million.
Surrey-based Coinford has ordered 40 machines including 220X and 140X tracked excavators along with a range of JCB site dumpers. All supplied by Greenshields JCB, it has also added further JCB Loadall telescopic handlers to the existing fleet.
Coinford Director, Lee Burlton said: “JCB has made big advances with its X Series excavators and evolving range of site dumpers. Industry feedback on the latest JCB developments has been extremely positive and Coinford believes these additions to our fleet will bring great reliability and plant utilisation.
“The latest Stage V, low emission, fuel-efficient engines allow us to offer environmentally friendly and legislation-compliant solutions to our clients. The high level of safety features ensures our staff and co-workers to carry out their duties in a safe and secure environment.”
“Feedback has been positive from both our operators and site management teams with the JCB plant performing well and proving to be reliable – minimising machine downtime and maximising profitability in the field.”
“Our relationship with Greenshields JCB extends back over 15 years in total and they have always offered superb sales and after-sales support. We have always found them to be reliable, responsive and professional with a truly customer-focused attitude.”
Established in 1981, Coinford offers a range of civil engineering services throughout the South-East of England, including bulk excavation, infrastructure/civils, groundwork, underpinning, basements/underground car parks, drainage and storage systems and concrete frame superstructures for contracts ranging from £750,000–£30 million.