Quarry Equipment Magazine

Win A Case CX16B Mini Excavator With New UK Construction & Quarry Equipment Magazine

'Machinery Movers UK', the new monthly specialist magazine dedicated to the construction & quarry plant and equipment sector, is giving one lucky reader the chance to win a superb Case CX16B mini excavator.

Everyone taking out a new 12 issue subscription for 'Machinery Movers UK' (currently on offer at a special limited period introductory rate of £30), or 'Machinery Movers Ireland', until December 2008 will be entered into a free draw to win a Case mini excavator (Closing Date: 1st December 2008. Draw to take place December 2008. Terms & Conditions apply).

The 1645kg capacity Case CX16B is a compact, go-anywhere machine, suitable for many different applications from landscaping to general building work, as well as specialist interior demolition tasks perhaps inaccessible for larger machines.

Following its UK launch at the end of 2007 the 'Machinery Movers UK' edition has been extremely well received by both readers and advertisers alike - with enthusiastic response from major equipment manufacturers, plant hirers, construction & civil engineering contractors, quarries, dealers and others, as well as leading industry trade bodies.

The magazine also recently announced the appointment of ex 'Construction News' editor, Aaron Morby, to take over the editorial reins of the UK publication, whilst also contributing to its Ireland counterpart.

In addition, a UK advertising sales office through Birmingham-based Open Box Publishing has now been established.

Publisher Brian Coogan said, "With these and other continuing planned initiatives, we firmly expect the new UK publication to become as successful as 'Machinery Movers Ireland', which has already established itself as Ireland’s No1 dedicated construction & quarry equipment title".

Readers and advertisers of both publications will have the opportunity to meet some of the 'Machinery Movers' team in person at the forthcoming SED 2008 event (The National Event For Construction, Rockingham Motor Speedway, Corby,  Northants. 13th - 15th May 2008).

And, in addition, 'Machinery Movers Ireland' is planning a special Equipment Demonstration Day in September 2008 at a location near Dublin, where visitors will be able to see first-hand a range of construction plant & machinery in action from some of the leading manufacturers.

For more information about attending SED and visiting or participating in the 'Machinery Movers Ireland' Equipment Demonstration Day, contact Brian Coogan on Tel: 00 353 469 060626, Mobile: 00 353 861 776533, or Email: brian@machinerymovers.ie

Company and product news for 'Machinery Movers UK' should be submitted to the editor, Aaron Morby, on Tel: 0207 119 0847, Mobile: 07976 432326, or Email: editor@machinerymoversuk.com

For information about UK edition advertising, features, and subscriptions, or to obtain a free sample copy, contact Graham Hesp at Open Box Publishing on Tel: 0121 608 2300, or Email mm@openboxpublishing.co.uk


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Photo Caption:
Win a superb Case CX16B mini excavator with 'Machinery Movers'.
(Other photos, including Aaron Morby and/or Brian Coogan, available on request)

Bird & Moore Ltd, Advertising,
Marketing and Public Relations,
The Old Vicarage, 26 Church Street,
Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 8AA
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Machinery Movers UK       
8 Market Square       
Navan, Co. Meath        
Tel: 00 353 469 060626       
Mobile: 00 353 861 776533   
Email: brian@machinerymoversuk.com   
Web: www.machinerymovers.ie
Contact: Brian P. Coogan, Publisher   

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