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Terex Construction launches limited edition finance offer

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Terex Construction has launched a limited edition finance offer across its tandem roller portfolio which includes models from as little as £63 a week, while stocks last.

With affordable repayments, the added option of a comprehensive warranty plan and immediate delivery across the UK, the offer makes owning the latest compaction equipment easier and more cost-effective than ever for construction professionals nationwide.

A variety of compaction models are available through the official Terex distribution network, including the TV800 (£63.54 per week), TV1200 (£83.71 per week) and TV1400 (£116.94 per week). Each unit has been designed to offer a highly effective surface rolling solution, delivering real-world results.

Paul Macpherson, Global Sales and Marketing Director at Terex Construction, commented: “Our tandem vibrating rollers feature exceptional visibility and control. Arguably some of the toughest rollers in the world, our range is operator friendly and designed to deliver against the rigorous demands of the plant hire industry.

“Launching a limited edition hire purchase programme across the portfolio will increase accessibility to our latest models, providing a cost-effective finance option for every budget.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/29112016/terex-construction-launches-limited-edition-finance-offer/

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