About AMP

Advanced Materials Processing Ltd (AMP) is a new business launched in January 2016 by Kieran O’ Kane, formally of Blue Scotland.  The company offers hire and contracting services for material handling equipment including crushers, screeners and shredders, all manufactured by world renowned brands such as Doppstadt and Powerscreen, meaning that Kieran has switched roles and has now become a customer of Blue Scotland.

In only the first few months since AMP’s inception, the company already has a number of its machines out working in the field. Two Powerscreen PT 400 jaw crushers were the first machines purchased with one being the new pre-screen model.  Both machines went straight to work, one on a contract crushing job, with the other busy on hires with demolition contractors. The crushers were very quickly followed by the purchase of a Chieftain 2100X, which is on a long term hire processing sand and gravel. The focus then shifted to getting the environmental side of the business up and running.  A Doppstadt SM 620 trommel was initially purchased to process green waste and bio mass, with this machine also going out on a long term hire.  In this instance the customer was so happy with the machine, service he received and level of expertise shown by AMP, that a further contract for two more trommels was awarded.

Core Values

  • Providing reliable world leading equipment
  • Ensuring a level of service that customers can depend on
  • We help you achieve the results you desire

What makes us different

Kieran has been working in the industry since 1986 and has worked all over the world with Powerscreen, having an engineering background and a very hands on approach with his customers is clearly what gives the AMP team an advantage over competitors.

Product Range 100%
Machine Knowledge 100%
Industry Experience 100%

Having worked with Blue Scotland for so long, it gave me a great understanding of the industry in Scotland and what quarry and site managers need from their machines from a hire and contracting perspective.
Kieran O’Kane