Scotland is a key market for CRJ Services, with long-established relationships with many recycling and waste management companies across the country. With the addition of the JENZ GmbH dealership to our sales portfolio, we look to further cement our presence in Scotland, and enhance our offering to the forestry sector with the JENZ range of high-speed shredders and chippers.
We had two great days of meeting customers old and new, showing off some of our equipment and spare parts offering. We also had a hog-roast both days, which went down a storm with visitors.
On our stand, we had the JENZ BA916 high-speed shredder, which was a very popular machine. The machine has a pivoting outfeed conveyor, which allows direct access to the shredding chamber and engine bay, allowing visitors to get up close and understand the benefits of the shredder.
The ever-popular HAAS TYRON 2000XL also made an appearance on our stand and offered customer the chance to see all the enhanced benefits of the second-generation machine, including but not limited to, ground access to the shredding shafts for hard facing and maintenance. The TYRON we had on the stand left the show and was delivered straight to its new home at Enva Ltd - Scotland.
Finally, we showcased the all-new tracked Bruce BWB120 water bath. CRJ Services had worked closely with Bruce Engineering to develop the existing skid-mounted water bath model into a tracked version, that offers users a completely mobile material washing solution. This was the first opportunity for customers to see the new machine in the flesh, which generated a lot of interest from visitors looking to either hire or purchase the machine.
Aside from the mobile equipment on show, we also had a range of our spare and wear parts, on display. It was great to have constructive conversations with new and existing customers on how we can further support them with their parts requirements for some of the industry’s leading equipment.
We would like to thank everyone who came to see us, and we look forward to getting back to Scotplant in 2024!