From the
organisers of
Concrete Show Logo

Post-show success for Utranazz

Daniel Wiseman, sales director, and commercial director, Will Harris receive the Innovation Award from Clare Howcutt-Kelly, editor of Concrete Connect

Concrete equipment specialist, Utranazz is celebrating its recent success as winner of the much-coveted Innovation Award from the UK Concrete Show.

The Innovation Award was presented to the family-run business at its Oxfordshire headquarters by Concrete Connect editor Clare Howcutt-Kelly in recognition of its new concrete batching plant, the Sami T3-100S, which launched at the show last month (March) in Birmingham.

An enhanced version of the popular Sami T3-100 plant, the T3-100S incorporates a state-of-the-art chevron or smooth conveyor belt system designed to minimize waste and mess. It also delivers a maximum output of 40-50m3/hour.

On receiving the award, sales director, Daniel Wiseman said: “We’re just ecstatic to win this – we didn’t expect it and we are absolutely thrilled.”

Customers who own a Sami T3-100 and who wish to upgrade to the Sami T3-100S will be offered generous buybacks and part exchange deals.

Utranazz was established in the 1960s and was founded by Tony Evans who is the current managing director and last year the company moved to a new purpose-built, 25-acre (10 ha) premises. Located in Piddington, near Bicester, Oxfordshire, it encompasses offices, workshops, and a dedicated spare parts building.

The company sell internationally with customers in Australia, America, Dubai, and more – and those in the UK interested in purchasing new equipment can take advantage of a ‘try before you buy’ scheme as part of its hiring offer.

Daniel explained: ‘Hiring is a growing part of our business, but not everyone knows we offer it. We can deliver within the UK and it’s a complete package as well, including breakdowns, training and certification, delivery, and collection – we do the lot.

If someone is considering purchasing, they might wish to test out the equipment first and if they hire it for three months and then go on to purchase it, the initial hire fee is knocked off, so they’ve only got the balance to pay. We also offer demos.”

To keep up to date with the latest news from Utranazz, visit:

Utranazz's Sami T3-100S arrives at Carters Concrete

Since the UK Concrete Show, business has been booming with three Sami T3-100S batching plants being sold as a direct result. One plant has recently been delivered to Carters Concrete in Wimbourne.

Looking to the future, Daniel said: “We supply everyone from one-man operations to multinational companies and everyone in between and we’ve got plans to develop the site further, which will create more workshop space. It’s a really exciting period of growth for us.”