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Cambrian appoints head of concrete division

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Christopher Bennett has been appointed to head the concrete division of Cambrian Services, a concrete and quarry services company, recently spun-off from civil engineering contractor, Jones Bros Civil Engineering.

Bennett joins Cambrian Services after working with Italian concrete plant manufacturers, SIMEM, where he supported global sales and onsite service. He is currently completing a concrete technology course at the University of Derby.

Cambrian Services concrete division is founded on the experience gained at Jones Bros in supplying concrete batching plants internally to its own construction sites.

“We’ve been installing, operating, servicing and relocating our own batching plants around the UK for a decade,” said Jones Bros Managing Director, John Dielhof, who is also Managing Director of Cambrian Services. “We’ve amassed a lot of knowledge and expertise and we know how to operate them commercially for the best margins.”

According to a press statement, Cambrian Services’ concrete division will be the first in the UK to offer a complete batching plant deliver system from civil works to placement. It will also offer decommissioning and relocation services, upgrades and modifications, servicing, maintenance and spare parts.

“Cambrian Services Limited is set up perfectly to meet the demands of construction firms for efficient on site batching and technologically advanced equipment,” said Bennett. “They don’t need to have the expertise in-house as we can provide the knowledge and advice to deliver the specific production requirements.”

Cambrian Concrete Services provides concrete plant rental and site batching services. It has also been appointed the UK suppliers of SIMEM equipment and spares and is an authorized sales and support partners for Dorner Electronic.

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