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and high capacity telehandlers will be joined by Bobcat mini- excavator and compact loader products on the company’s stand. The display of Bobcat compact equipment will include the new 2.6 tonne zero tail swing E26 compact excavator and the company’s very popular S130 skid-steer loader. The Doosan DX520LC crawler excavator will form part of the static display on Stand W10 together with the new DL550-3, the flagship model in the new Doosan range of large wheel loaders. The next model in the range, the new DL450-3 model, will be in the demonstration area. This will be the first appearance of the new Doosan wheel loaders at a UK exhibition. Working with the DL450-3 in the demonstration area will be the company’s new DA40 articulated dump truck.

DCA The Fluid Power Partnership Stand: P9

DCA is an organisation of hydraulic specialists who have many years’ experience in providing cost-effective solutions relating to hydraulic system design and installation in a wide variety of applications. The company acts as a central UK source of technical consultancy and sales for major worldwide hydraulic equipment manufacturers who have an international reputation for high quality products combined with competitive pricing. The unique partnership, which DCA has formed with its worldwide principles, enables them to offer an extensive equipment portfolio backed by a national sales team, technical expertise and the highest standard of customer service to meet specific needs of their customers. The DCA sales team provides a speedy and reliable service throughout the UK operating from offices strategically placed in Huddersfield, Grantham, Newmarket, Coventry, Chester and Aberdeen.

Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment Stand: W10

Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment will be showing new heavy and compact equipment for the first time at the show. Doosan excavators, wheel loaders, articulated dump trucks (ADTs)

Dunlop Conveyor Belting Stand: P85

Netherlands-based Dunlop Conveyor Belting (part of the Fenner Dunlop Group) will be demonstrating its full range of high- performance belting specifically designed for use within both the quarrying and recycling industries. This range includes its Dunlop UsFlex belt, which is up to five times stronger than equivalent rubber multi-ply belting and is increasingly being seen as the ‘ultimate solution’ for demanding applications where conventional belts are prone to ripping, tearing and impact damage. Visitors to the stand will also be able to see Dunlop’s manufacturing processes, performance comparison test data and discuss technical issues as well as finding out more about how Dunlop can help reduce expenditure on belting by providing ‘lowest lifetime cost’ options.

DUO (Europe) plc DUO will be

exhibiting at Hillhead 2012 and will be accompanied on its stand by newly launched washing OEM - Terex Washing Systems, for whom they will be the dealer in England and Wales.

DUO offers a comprehensive package of complete processing solutions for the quarrying and recycling industries. As a UK distributor DUO has an impressive machine portfolio which, as well as Terex Washing Systems, includes Terex Mineral Processing Systems, Powerscreen, Binder and Greystone. The company provides turnkey washing, screening, crushing and water treatment solutions with all bespoke engineering being managed in-house by DUO Manufacturing.

In addition to equipment sales it also offers a full aggregate production service including plant, operators and production management on a unit cost processing basis. DUO provides ongoing support and after sales service from fully trained engineers and carries an extensive range of spare parts in stock providing year round support to keep your business performing.

At Hillhead, the company will offer professional, experienced advice on your washing, screening, crushing and recycling application problems.

50 Solids & Bulk Handling • May 2012 Stand: H9

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