About Lawson Equipment
Based near Richmond, North Yorkshire in the United Kingdom Lawson Equipment Ltd specialise in the purchase, sale and export of used Heavy Equipment including Construction Plant, Agricultural Farm Machinery, Trucks and Commercials. We sell to the UK and also have experience exporting worldwide. Lawson Equipment Ltd can export to other countries within Europe, Africa, South America, The Caribbean and Asia. Shipping destinations such a Walvis Bay, Namibia are frequently requested however any alternatives can be easily achieved.
Lawson Equipment Ltd is a family business run and owned by Robert Lawson. Other related businesses within the family group of companies dating back to 1945 include farming, road transport, construction and property. Robert has over 20 years experience and knowledge of equipment serving the individual industries and purchased items are often utilised and tested within the family group of companies whenever possible prior to sale. We pride ourselves on giving a personal high quality service to all our customers and we are continuously looking to build on valued relationships with a database of buyers, sellers and end users located in the UK and Worldwide.
To provide further traceability for overseas buyers, Robert is also a known British Racing driver who has now retired from the sport. He drove for Aggregate Industries UK Ltd (part of the global Holcim Group, now LafargeHolcim) racing the companies cars for a number of years on television.
Robert, a multiple race winner for the team supporting the British Touring Car Championship drove the companies various racing cars at the pinnacle of British Motorsport under Aggregate Industries UK Ltd’s chosen liveries of Bardon Aggregates and Bardon Concrete in a successful brand promotion campaign.
It is fundamental to us that all of our customers buy with 100% total confidence in the knowledge that they are in safe hands from start to finish. Customers form the foundations of our business and we wish to deal with you again and again.