The BSA was established in 2007 with the objective of representing the interests of operators of Mobile Batching Plants (MBP).
MBP machines come in a variety of specifications but their fundamental distinguishing characteristic is their ability to batch produce products such as screed, foam, ‘trench fill’, concrete, ‘cold tarmac’ and mortar on demand at the point of delivery.
This characteristic distinguishes the MBP from drum-mixer heavy goods vehicles that haul pre-mixed product from the batching plants to points of delivery.
On this website you will find the latest news and updates from the Batched on Site Association.
Existing BSA members have access to our dedicated member's area, which contains our latest newsletter, information relating to technical and legal updates, and further reference documents.
The Batched on Site Association is committed to promoting high industry standards and providing the latest information within the UK Mobile Batching Plant sector, and you can view our latest newsletters, information, and technical documents on the resources section of our site.
For those interested in joining the BSA please visit the contact section of our website.