The pair will present Rokbak's RA30 articulated hauler at the Balmoral Show from May 11-14 at Sleator Plant’s stand: D7.
Rokbak MD Paul Douglas comments: “The new Rokbak RA30 and RA40 are the most productive and efficient articulated haulers we’ve made, and with a booming articulated hauler market, there’s never been a better time to invest in a new machine. Sleator Plant is a highly respected and dependable dealer that offers excellent customer service."
Sleator Plant specialises in the supply of machinery to the construction and material rehandling sectors. The company's general manager Aaron McCaul comments: “We were delighted to display the new look RA30 at the delayed 2021 Balmoral Show last September – the machine garnered huge interest and excitement from our customers. The colour and brand are distinctive and strong. The new, energised look is something that appeals to our customer base, and we’ve had excellent customer feedback – particularly around reliability, performance and Sleator customer care."
Rokbak is part of the Volvo Group and a division of Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE). The 28 tonne (30.9 US ton) RA30 articulated hauler is made for the toughest jobs and roughest sites, including quarries, infrastructure developments and commercial construction projects. The RA30’s new transmission and high-performance engine are designed to improve fuel efficiency, operator comfort and deliver power when it’s needed.
The RA40 is suited for working at quarry, mine and construction sites. The 38 tonne (41.9 US ton) heavy-duty articulated hauler offers high capacity and performance, in addition to cost-effective productivity in tough conditions. The high-performance engine balances controlled power with maximum fuel efficiency. The modulating transmission retarder is coupled with an efficient exhaust brake and fully enclosed oil-cooled multidisc brakes for total control – even on steep inclines.
Balmoral Show is Northern Ireland’s largest agri-food event. It will take place at Balmoral Park in Lisburn, near Belfast.