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MoD Surplus / NATO Disposals

Ex. Military Vehicles and Equipment

We specialise in the sale of ex UK MOD surplus vehicles, ex army trucks, plant and equipment as released from service due to fleet upgrade, reduction of reserve stocks or through governmental cut backs.

Our customer base extends around the globe from mining and road construction in remote areas to humanitarian aid program support and even to the private individual seeking to purchase MoD Surplus /NATO disposals vehicles for their own use.

If you are looking to acquire vehicles or equipment for an overseas project we would welcome the opportunity of quoting on vehicles or machinery which can be exported from the UK (subject to license approval).

If you have a project please contact us via the link below, we will allocate a dedicated sales person or team to assist you.

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Site for use on mobile phones

We have revamped our mobile phone site for people in remote locations or where internet bandwidth is low. The site uses mimimal graphics so that everyone can have easy and quick access to our inventory.

Click on the phone image opposite to try.

Stocklist for mobile phones

Used MOD Land Rovers

We now have a large number of ex. Army Land Rover Wolf 90 and 110's in stock and have produced a stock list to which we will shortly be adding individual prices.

To view the current list, click on the link below:

FULL Land Rover Stock List (With Prices NOW AVAILABLE)

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Latest Video - Foden Alpha Tippers

We have 18 of the Cummins 6 cylinder 380HP powered (RHD) Foden Alpha Tippers.

These trucks being RHD are perfect for the mining community in the UK or those countries which use RHD e.g. Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia etc.

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Cummins 6 cylinder 380HP powered  (RHD) Foden Alpha Tippers
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2020 Brochure

We have revamped our electronic brochure for 2020

Visitors can download a copy and share to colleagues or contacts who may benefit from the purchase of good quality used ex. military hardware.

The brochure contains over 30 pages of information on the range of vehicles and equipment that are available to purchase

The brochure can be shared via the incorporated social media links or downloaded and saved as an Adobe Acrobat PDF document.

Click to view our 2020 brochure

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