£3.5m of exporting deals for Morris Site Machinery

£3.5m of exporting deals for Morris Site Machinery

Midlands Morris Site Machinery has secured over £3.5m worth of international orders for its site machinery business as part of a plan to expand further into global markets.

The new orders will see Wolverhampton-based Morris Site Machinery supply one of Australia’s largest equipment hire companies, as well as securing new customers in Dubai and Russia.

Over 50 lighting towers will also be delivered into Dubai which will be used on projects leading up to Expo 2020, as well as lighting towers being delivered to Russia via Midland’s firms sales and service partner Tokyo Boeki.

Chris Morris, chief executive of Morris Site Machinery said: “These are significant orders and contract wins for us, testament to the quality and reputation of robust British manufacturing in the global marketplace.

“It shows faith in the quality of our products, and importantly in the strong partnerships we have developed with our partner over in Australia, Allight Sykes.”

Working with Allight Sykes, Morris Site Machinery will provide 300 lighting towers, throughout 2016 and into 2017, to Coates Hire in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

The lighting towers provide an efficient, low voltage solution for the firm, working in conjunction with healthy and safety requirements in Australia.

Paul Thompson, CEO of Allight Sykes, said: “This significant contract win is a great result for our partnership with Morris Site Machinery. Our customers expect robust, safe and economical solutions.”

 

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