Brewster’s rings the changes with Bell

By Steve Ducker15 March 2017

Brewster’s Waste, the London-based waste management company with a reputation for customer service and environmental protection, has bought a new Bell Equipment L2106E loader.

With its Powertech emissions-certified diesel engine, the L2106E is equipped with the Quad-Cool configuration, designed to effectively isolate the radiator, air-conditioner condenser, intercooler hydraulic, transmission and axle coolers away from engine heat.

Built to increase productivity and uptime, whilst lowering running costs, the specialist fuel efficient features of this class-leading wheeled loader have attracted Brewster’s to Bell for the second time.

“This new Bell Loader is an excellent addition to our fleet," said managing director Steven Brewster."

“Having had such a positive experience with our previous Bell L2106, we had no hesitation in securing another, newer model, as our success with the vehicle’s design, handling and efficiency was so marked.”

The relationship with Bell Equipment began four years ago after a fire started in another company's model that Steven was using, leaving him in position where he needed a replacement quickly.

He contacted Görrel Equipment Solutions, part of the Walters Group.

“The loader ran without any issues for four years, waste handling, muck loading, and manoeuvring hardcore as part of our waste and recycling operation.

“We do however like to keep our fleet current, so recently we chose to investigate a part-exchange option with Bell that would equip us with another great machine.

“I’m very pleased with this new vehicle,” he said.

“The driver comfort is excellent, the weighing system which comes as standard is brilliant, and the key pad entry start-up is extremely convenient.

“I’m also impressed with the model’s automatic shutdown facility which prevents the loader from ticking over needlessly, saving energy and resource.”

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