Bell Bulletin

1st Edition 2017

Published: 5th May 2017
Source: Bell Equipment

InsideTrack

New year, new developments

By all accounts 2017 is going to a busy year and Bell has some exciting developments that are geared towards better meeting your expectations as customers in terms of our product offering and customer support.

Our newly built distribution facility in Germany will open in the first half of 2017 to ensure that we keep pace with servicing the ever increasing vehicle park in the northern hemisphere. We will also expand our product offering to these markets by introducing a Low Ground Pressure variant of our smaller 20 ton trucks that have historically been successful in South Africa.

In southern Africa we are poised to announce some new partnerships, which will service the needs of a number of our existing customers as well as give us the opportunity to extend our business. We are currently finalising the product ranges and launch dates so watch this space.

While we don’t see significant increases in market demand for 2017, we believe that companies that are more closely aligned with what their customers finding important, in their own businesses, will achieve more growth. We feel strongly that this alignment with our customers has always been one of our key advantages and that by helping our customers succeed so will we.


Sincerely


Gary Bell
Group Chief Executive

 

Contents

Fourie Diamante hit pay dirt with Bell and Finlay machines - P4

Solid customer support brings Kirsten & Tulleken back to Bell - P6

Bell B20E ventures into new territory - P8

ALS Plant Hire renews its haulage fleet with 11 B40Ds - P10

Albion Services turns to Bell for its first heavy equipment fleet - P12

PMD Forestry gets ‘tree’mendous support from Bell Swaziland - P14

Solid support keeps RDA Plant Hire loyal to Bell - P16

Inyatsi Construction well positioned for Swaziland
infrastructure projects - P18


Civil & General Contractors has confidence in Bell products
and service - P20


Artic Hauler is a game changer for Ortmann Brothers - P22

MSR Plant & Equipment stick with Bell to buy their first
Finlay Screen - P24


Expanding Bell fleet helps All Pro Construction diversify its business - P26

Finlay Screen further strengthens Tipperary’s 20-year relationship
with Bell - P28


Kwa Mhlanga Group realises new potential with Bell and Bomag fleet - P30

Finlay Screens improve efficiencies and save water
for J Smit Delwerye - P32


Makgotamishe Holdings is mad about its maroon Bell machines - P34

‘Local is still Lekker’ with new Bell L-series TLB - P38

Earthline strengthens an already extensive fleet with
two more B30Es - P40


Bell appoints new head of sales in South Africa - P41

ARMSCOR recruits Bell fleet for the SANDF - P42

Pre-owned Bells find an appreciative home at Transkei Quarries - P44

Promo Shop - P46