Having taken on the Sany excavator dealership towards the end of 2019, Sleator Plant were confident the quality of the Sany machines would impress the Irish market.
With ambitions of remaining at the forefront of the industry and to complete their equipment offering, a portfolio that was already bursting at the seams with quality and featured market leading brands such as Genie, Mecalac and Terex Trucks, the company believed Sany would fill the gap perfectly.
A few months on and well in the swing of things, the Sany excavators are making impressions Ireland wide. Under no illusion that the Sany machines would be head to head with leading and well established names in the market, Sleator Plant knew the brand would need to perform but also that Sleator Plant would need to continue serving customers and providing the quality back up they deserved.
Impressively, Sany are the fifth largest manufacturer of heavy machinery in the world and the number one brand of excavator in their home market. By getting the Sany excavators on site for customers to demo for themselves, the company were able to dispel any preconceptions of the Chinese brand pretty quickly. Companies nationwide, from both the North and South of Ireland, are discovering the Sany range of excavators are worth taking seriously.
So confident are both Sany and Sleator Plant in the quality of the Sany range of excavators, all machines come with peace of mind. The entire range of Sany excavators come complete with 3 year powertrain warranty with the larger tracked excavators, the SY75 and above even sold with a 5 year / 10,000 hour boom, chassis and dipper warranty. And with a 45% buyback guarantee, Sany excavators offer some serious value for money.
Sleator Plant are excited for the future of Sany in Ireland and welcome you to try for yourself.
For pricing and availability or to discuss a demo, please call us on +442890844251 or email email@example.com
To look at the Sany excavators in more details, take a look at the product portfolio here.
This Sany SY135C was recently sold into Northern Ireland. A big thank you to Jim Rosbotham who has officially taken delivery of his new machine!