Plant Hire UK orders £17m JCB Loadall and Excavator Fleet

Plant Hire UK orders £17m JCB Loadall and Excavator Fleet

Plant Hire UK orders £17m JCB Loadall and Excavator Fleet

JCB has secured a major deal with Plant Hire UK for new fleets of Loadalls and compact excavators worth almost £17 million.

The deal will see the leading UK hirer strengthen its construction machinery line-up by purchasing 300 new JCB Loadalls and 50 compact excavators along with site dumpers and tandem rollers.

The new machines will be put to work by contractors on construction and civil engineering projects across the country and will add to the company’s vast fleet of JCB machines.

Managing Director Graham Jones said: “As the construction sector goes from strength to strength this investment in new JCB Loadalls and compact midi excavators ensures our customers are guaranteed the highest specification machines with outstanding safety features and telematics support as standard.”

JCB Group Managing Director of Global Key Accounts Yvette Henshall-Bell said “Plant Hire UK has a reputation for delivering the best machines and market-leading service, which perfectly complements the JCB ethos. As the world’s number one telescopic handler, the Loadall has a proven track record that construction firms trust implicitly, while our compact excavators are hard-working on-site machines.”

Plant Hire UK orders £17m JCB Loadall and Excavator Fleet

The machines are supplied and supported by Gunn JCB. Managing Director Paul Hartshorn said: “Plant Hire UK is one of our largest and most successful customers. Gunn JCB depots are perfectly located to support the ever-growing number of machines as Plant Hire UK has continued to invest in its fleet.”

Founded in 2005 by Managing Director Graham Jones and Finance Director Wayne Illidge the hire company is based in St Helens, Merseyside and has a national customer base, hiring, maintaining and servicing thousands of machines on sites across the UK.

Post source : J C Bamford Excavators Ltd

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