Chepstow Plant International operates within a wide range of sectors across the UK, offering both the newest and most environmentally friendly equipment available.
Over the past 25 years, Chepstow Plant International has constructed a reputation for providing an outstanding service within the aggregate, minerals and earthmoving sector. Through emphasising sustainability and practicality, the company is able to deliver on its core ethos: safety.
On every project, Chepstow Plant International applies its comprehensive and rigorous award-winning health and safety standards. In many cases, the company act as the principal contractor, operating under the CDM regulations delivering competent, well planned schedules to an agreed timetable.
Every year, the company takes significant deliveries from world leading brands such as Volvo, Caterpillar, Komatsu and Bell, with the company’s contracting fleet consisting of over 350 machines. Over the last 10 years alone, Chepstow Plant International have invested over £200mn on world-leading front line machinery to deliver optimum return on investment for the client. This significant investment and targeted asset approach, has helped create one of the leading Aggregate and Minerals contracting fleet within Europe. This investment ensure that Chepstow Plant International can continually deliver to all its clients the latest in innovation, safety and fuel economy. Specifications such as Haul Assist, inclinometers and Tier 5 engines come as standard in most of the company’s fleet and allow Chepstow Plant International’s own investment to translate into its client’s own return on investment. This substantial investment over the last decade, allows the business to ensure that all clients experience minimal downtime whilst utilising industry leading assets and seeing contracts deliver on time. As standard, the company utilises the following in its core contracting fleet:
For discussions around your contracting requirements and how Chepstow Plant International can assist, please get in touch today.