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Red Knight 6 Ltd Secures RM Dungannon Dealership

Red Knight 6 Ltd (RK6), the construction and waste machinery distributor based in Surrey, have been
appointed dealers for RM Dungannon, the screening manufacturing division of the Rubble Master
HMH GmbH business.

Under the agreement RK6 will be responsible for all the sales and service of the RM Dungannon
screening range for London, the South, South-West, Wales, Midlands and East Anglia. The deal
further strengthens the 4-year relationship between the two businesses during which time RK6 has
grown the impact crusher market significantly in the UK.

RK6 has a wealth of experience in the screening business having previously enjoyed a very successful
partnership with Anaconda in the same region as well as working with current partners Komplet,
Metberg Enviro and Chieftain Trailers.

“The quality of the Rubble Master products is key to the success we’ve enjoyed together in the UK,
along with the approach we take to working alongside our customers, ensuring they get the right
product for their needs,” said Paul Donnelly, MD for RK6.

“We saw that Rubble Master had brought their high demands of quality and expertise from their
crushing range into their screening range. The Rubble Master team have some very exciting plans for
screening market, they don’t build machines to be mediocre, they want to be the best. The
opportunity to bring that range to our customers is very exciting,” added Paul.

The extensive range of RM Dungannon screeners contains tracked scalping screens HS3500M,
HS5000M, HS7500M and HS11000M; tracked sizing screeners MSC5700M2D, MSC85002D and 3D
and MSC105002D and 3D models. RK6 has recently taken delivery of a HS5000M with more of the
range to follow soon. Anyone interested in a demo should contact the team. Full details on all
products can be found on the RK6 website www.redknight6.co.uk

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