Tesab expands its UK distributor network

By Leila Steed20 July 2022

Aggregate processing equipment manufacturer Tesab Engineering has appointed Stewart Plant Sales (SPS) as its new distributor for Scotland and the North of England.

The Tesab 800i mobile jaw crusher The Tesab 800i mobile jaw crusher. (Photo: SPS)

Glasgow-headquartered SPS is a specialist provider of crushing and screening equipment, with 17 depots serving construction, demolition, recycling and mining sector companies across the region.

The deal will see SPS offer Tesab’s full range of mobile jaw crushers, which can process up to 400 tph of feed material, as well its 623CT, 1012TS and 1412T impact crushers.

Alongside these, SPS also provide a range of the manufacturer’s two and three deck screens and its 6536T and 8042T Trackstack stockpilers.

Ben Frettsome, vice-president at Tesab, said: “Stewart Plant Sales set the bar for service and after-sales support. Their technical knowledge and hunger to always get the job done separates them from the competition.

“Combine this with the ever-increasing range of Tesab crushing and screening equipment and it is a recipe for success that we are overjoyed to be a part of.”

Iain Bryant, joint manadging director of Stewart Plant Sales, added: “Tesab are synonymous with reliability and productivity within their crushing and screening equipment, we are proud to now promote these quality products throughout our territory.”

News of the distribution deal comes just months after Northern Ireland-based Tesab was acquired by Metso Outotec.

With its manufacturing facility located Omagh, County Tyrone, in close proximity to Metso subsidiary McCloskey International, the company is currently undergoing a period of expansion that will see the brand “move into new markets and explore new opportunities globally”.

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