Kleeman delivers in UK

By Lindsay Gale10 April 2008

UK company Skillings Crushing has taken delivery of a second Kleeman Mobicat MC 110 Z to help process the 750,000 tonnes of brick and concrete it annually handles.

The machine has recently been working on the site of the former Gem Mill, a seven-storey textile mill built in 1901.

Demolition waste amounting to 30,000 m3 from the building, floor slabs, foundations and a 65 m (214 ft) chimney was crushed and used for new roads and piling mats for the 120-unit residential development now being built on the site.

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