Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Tradstocks buy up equipment

Tradstocks, Stirling Scotland

Tradstocks have confirmed they were the purchasers of the stone processing equipment which recently went up for auction following Watson Stonecraft falling into receivership.

Tradstocks, who re-opened the historic Cullalo sandstone quarry in Fife in 2004 and have offices and a showroom at Dunaverig, say they are one of the largest volume suppliers of natural stone for construction and landscaping in Scotland. they have a workforce of 25 and operate three primary saws, six secondary saws and a five-axes CNC machine.

They now have the six Terzago saws, a BM, a Wells and an ASM profiler that belonged to Scottish Natural Stone, as well as a range of other equipment that includes an old Anderson Grice plane and a water recycling plant.


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