A new business, Seoul Ltd, is being formed to handle sales, rental, contract hire and aftermarket support of large excavators, wheel loaders and articulated dump trucks from Doosan Infracore Construction Equipment for national account customers in the waste, recycling, quarrying and mining industries in the UK.
Part of DUO Group Holdings Limited, Seoul Ltd will be based at Meriden near the National Exhibition Centre close to Birmingham and Coventry in the Midlands region of the UK. An experienced, proven management team will be formed to engage with all market stakeholders to drive the business forward.
Adam Dennett, Doosan National Account Sales Manager, said: “We are excited to be working with Seoul Ltd as our new national account dealer partner. Through Seoul Ltd, Doosan national account customers in waste, recycling, quarrying and mining will have an enhanced service for machinery supply and the best possible aftersales support through DUO Group workshops, depots and offices across the UK.”
Owen Bolt, Director of DUO Group, added: “We are delighted that Seoul Ltd will be the national account dealer partner for Doosan – a business we know very well, having worked closely with the company over many years. Seoul Ltd is designed to meet Doosan’s long term objectives for delivering value solutions to the UK-wide major customer market and augments the existing key account arrangements within Doosan’s current distribution model.”
DUO Group is a market leading company that provides the aggregate, recycling and material handling industries with a comprehensive package of complete processing solutions, including specific industrial applications for the quarrying, recycling, bulk handling industries and transport infrastructure.
Doosan, one of the world’s leading construction and quarrying equipment manufacturers, offers a broad selection of products including crawler and wheeled excavators (with operating weights from 1 to 52 tonne), wheel loaders (covering capacities from 1.9 to 6.4 m3) and articulated dump trucks (with maximum payloads up to 40 tonne).