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Cover Story - Advertising Feature John Moore stocks up

John Moore (Tractor Parts) LTD has over 40 years’ experience in the solids and bulk handling sector and is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of equipment to companies in the arena

Dealing with a huge range of customers across various industry sectors and markets, John Moore product is used by companies across the quarrying, mining, construction, demolition and recycling industries. The company has an enviable track record, which has been built up over those years.

Based in Staffordshire, John Moore is a long established, family-business, committed to giving excellent service and quality. This commitment is backed up by huge stocks, the latest machinery and a constant development program which keeps John Moore at the forefront of the industry. The company is ideally placed to meet any customer requirement, offering unrivalled service, the largest range of supplies and the very fastest delivery times, and is supplier of choice for many. The company carries extensive increased stock levels of cutting edge section materials and non-OEM spares of the very highest quality, all of which are backed by a reputation which is second-to-none.

John Moore has a simple philosophy, keeping their customers’ spare parts costs down, whilst always providing the best possible customer service.

Unlike much of the competition, the company deals direct with its end users in the majority of instances. This has a multitude of benefits, from cutting cost, through to ensuring that the customer gets parts which are exactly to specification and a perfect fit for their particular application. Being the manufacturer, John Moore ensures that all parts are precisely supplied to customer requirements. No middlemen are involved, meaning a straight forward, efficient transaction and delivery of parts that are right first time, every time. The company is a specialist in quick turnaround of cutting edges for various applications. Where a traditional order from another company may take around two weeks to complete,

John Moore can fulfil most orders within two to three days.

Another benefit of dealing with John Moore is the company’s ability to alter parameters of components in house. Each job is unique and tailored to customers’ exact requirements, despite the shorter

lead times each job is treated as a unique project and tailored to each customers’ requirements. Where the company’s expertise really comes into play is in its ability to be totally flexible, allowing the manufacture of not only standard cutting edges to OEM dimensions, but bespoke edges to a specific customer requirement, for example, replacing a 4 piece edge with a 2 piece edge, or one single edge, altering hole sizes or changing material thickness, as required. John Moore’s manufacturing facility also produces liner plates and screens for crushing, screening and recycling applications. Using HARDOX 500 plate, the material can be machined with straight, threaded, countersunk, counter-bored or plow-bolt holes in any pattern or configuration to meet any customer specification. For example, the company provides cutting edges and wearing parts for loaders and grabs, made from Boron HB500 steel, which can be heavier and/or thicker than standard, as required.

Also available are hammers for shredding applications made from Boron up to a hardness of HB550, with or without carbide

8 Solids & Bulk Handling • October 2011

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