Picture of a Dennis Eagle skip truck at RWM 2016

RWM 2016 a success for Dennis Eagle

Published:  11 October, 2016

RWM 2016 was a great success says Dennis Eagle, whose stand attracted interest from both UK and overseas visitors.

One of the main attractions to their stand was the skip-loader which is part of Dennis Eagle’s new Urban Safety Vehicle range aimed at the construction market and developed in conjunction with the Construction Logistics and Cyclist Safety (CLOCS) programme.

Also featured on the stand was one of the company’s trade waste vehicles, incorporating an Elite 6 6x2 rear steer chassis with Olympus 23 body and Beta 2 bin lift.

Following the merger between Ros Roca Environment and Terberg Environmental to form the Terberg RosRoca Group, the company was exhibiting alongside Terberg Matec UK.

Lee Rowland, sales and marketing manager for Dennis Eagle, said: ‘RWM 2016 was a resounding success. As well as providing us with the opportunity to showcase our latest products, it allowed us to highlight the synergies that exist between Dennis Eagle and Terberg Matec UK through the formation of Terberg RosRoca Group.

‘This reinforces our strong position in the market and will enable us to deliver enhanced value to customers through the ongoing development of innovative, safe and robust equipment and technology for the international waste disposal and recycling industry.

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