Scarab Sweepers successful RWM 2012 Exhibition
Tuesday - Sep 18, 2012 4:35 am
Scarab Sweepers successful RWM 2012 Exhibition
Scarab Sweepers would like to say a big thank you to all those that attended the RWM 2012 exhibition at the NEC last week, as expected it was a excellent show and our stand was crowded through out the three day event.

On display were four road sweepers from the Scarab product range.  Two Compact sweeper the Scarab Minor and the Scarab Azura along with two truck-mounted sweepers the Scarab Merlin built on an Iveco chassis and it's bigger brother the Scarab Magnum built on a MAN chassis.  All the machines looked wonderful under the professional lighting rig along with the flashy blue lights beaming up on the underside, we had some great feedback with many people commenting on the high quality of our the products on display along with comments on our stand which all helps after putting a lot of effort in.  

A big thank you to all the Scarab staff who worked hard at the stand and of course the many staff behind the scenes who got the vehicles built and ready in time, the demonstration driver team, the marketing team etc.  

Thank you

Vanheede Environmental Belgium
Monday - Sep 17, 2012 10:13 pm
Vanheede Environmental Belgium
Mol Cy the Scarab distributor for Belgium have just provided Vanheede Environmental with a new heavy duty Scarab Magnum, the Magnum road sweeper will be based at Vanheede's Geluwe Depot in Belgium. Vanheede Geluwe depot deals with the collection and handling of waste along with the trading of industrial and packaging materials and with so much HGV traffic depositing waste daily it is essential to keep the site clean.

The Scarab Magnum built on a 18 tonne Iveco Chassis was fitted with an extra high volume water pump along with adjustable high pressure spray bars to remove the heavy clay deposits on the site along with a 2500 litre water tank to provide enough water to keep the entire site clean.

Shoreham Port invests in a new Scarab Merlin Road Sweeper.
Thursday - Jun 21, 2012 3:51 am
Shoreham Port invests in a new Scarab Merlin Road Sweeper.

In order to keep Shoreham Port clean and tidy the Port has invested in a new Scarab Merlin XP road sweeper it will be used on Basin Road South and the larger terminal areas. Previously the Port used a mini road sweeper to clear the quayside and incurred a considerable outlay every month to hire a larger sweeper. Scarab has provided training for numerous Port employees across a range of departments and the sweeper truck is now in use.

The Scarab Merlin will enable the Port’s high standards to be maintained much more efficiently and it will be beneficial for many other Port users. Alan Motterham, Commercial/ Operations Director commented “Shoreham is an extremely clean and safe port and maintaining these high standards is a priority.

Shoreham Port is committed to improving the environment and recognises their responsibility to reduce the impact of their activities on the surrounding area. Peter Davies, Development Director said "the new sweeper truck is a great step forward for improving the environmental performance of the Port and it is the first of many improvements planned over the coming months”.

Ashfield District Council's fleet of Scarab road sweepers grow to 8 Vehicles
Friday - May 18, 2012 12:52 am
Ashfield District Council's fleet of Scarab road sweepers grow to 8 Vehicles
Ashfield District Council continue their long association with Scarab Sweepers and have recently took delivery of four Scarab Minors the compact road sweeper will work alongside the four truck mounted Scarab Magnums previously supplied.
David White transport Manager commented “We chose the Scarab Minor for its flexibility it gives us the ability to work in a variation of environments, it is equally at home sweeping in a residential area as well as working in the outlying areas. “
Ashfields Scarab Minors are all fitted with CANbus 3 technology, along with Air conditioning and Rear Camera.  As standard it meets the latest engine emission criteria and will help the Authority reduce its carbon output along with this the Minor also exceeds the PM10 particulate emission criteria, something which all Scarab’s have complied with since its inception.
David also commented  “ The Scarab minor we had on demonstration proved very robust and will work alongside the other Scarab truck mounted sweepers hand in hand , once we had the Minor on demo no other sweeper matched its performance or versatility the decision was simple. " 

Scarab are proud to have been selling our products to Ashfield for 17 years which we think say's alot about our products and aftersales support.

David White Transport Manager alongside Mark Fellows of Scarab Sweepers and the fleet of new Scarab Minor road sweepers
David White Transport Manager and Mark Fellows Regional Sales Manager for Scarab Sweepers pictured with the new Scarab Minors.

IFAT, Munich a great success for Scarab Sweepers & the Fayat sweeping division.
Wednesday - May 16, 2012 5:03 am
IFAT, Munich a great success for Scarab Sweepers & the Fayat sweeping division.
Scarab Sweepers would like to thank all those who attended and visited us at the Fayat stand for this years IFAT exhibition in Munich, the show was a great success for both us and the Fayat Sweeping Division which includes Mathieu & Ravo.  

In addition to the two Scarab road sweepers on the Fayat stand, Scarab had a further 5 road sweepers across the showground. The week long exhibition was supported by a good number of our existing dealer network, some of whom brough customers to see the people and products on show.
It was encouraging for our Distributors, Walter and Co from Germany and Kehrtec who represent Scarab in Austria and Liechtenstein, both of whom had invested in their own exhibition stands and attracted a number of useful new contacts for their territories.
This event is held every two years and is widely acknowledged as the premier exhibition within Europe and it was the first time that Scarab, Mathieu and Ravo came together under our new common branding.

Thank's to all Scarab employees involved in producing the Scarab machines and supporting material recently shown at IFAT. Many of whom put in extra hours to help represent the Scarab brand.

Scarab Magnum road sweeper at IFAT, Munich 2012Scarab Road Sweepers IFAT 2012

Scarab Magnum Titanium on the Walter Stand at IFAT 2012Kehrtec Stand at IFAT 2012
Bath & North East Somerset new Scarab Road Sweeper
Sunday - May 13, 2012 10:33 pm
Bath & North East Somerset new Scarab Road Sweeper

Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Radstock Depot is home to a new Scarab Minor, which considering the areas long proud history of mining seems very appropriate and joins a Scarab Merlin XP already in service there. Area Manager for the Council, Wayne Honey ensured that his operators all had a significant voice in choosing the right machine for the job and influencing the specification too.
Able to travel at up to 40 mph, the Minor easily copes with the large distances required of the machine as it works mainly in the Keynsham district, some considerable distance from the Radstock Depot and is equipped with high discharge to enable tipping into skips. A rear vision camera makes discharging the hopper a straightforward task and with the added bonus of high pressure wash, on site cleaning can also be carried out with ease.

The main driver, Pete Brown commented that the Scarab road sweeper was ideal for his needs, loving the “sweeping performance and easiness of maintenance” and being “glad that Wayne “allowed him to have such a big say in choosing his new machine”.

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