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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW PREVIEW continued


MHM set for launch


MHM Plant is officially launching itself to the hire industry at the Show. Born out of the GenSet group of companies, GenQuip and TowerLight, it is supplied by manufacturers GenSet Spa and TowerLight Srl for the sale of used welders, generators and lighting towers for the UK, Ireland and export markets.


Stick to Atlantic Coast


Machinery stickers might not normally be considered the most high-tech of products, but Atlantic Coast Studios will suggest otherwise, having developed an innovative method of printing QR codes on them. These are special images that store web addresses and uniform resource locators (URLs) and are more commonly found in magazines, on signs, business cards, and other objects about which users might require information.


Users with a smart phone/camera can scan the image of the QR code to display text, contact information, or open a web page in the instrument’s browser. Their potential applications for the hire industry will be demonstrated at the Show. The codes can provide a link to a company’s web site, provide special offers, give a link to an operating manual for the machine the sticker is on, or to explain relevant Health & Safety aspects.


A wide range of equipment is being


offered, as well as the refurbishment of TowerLight machines, and a re-hire service. MHM Plant also encourages hirers to bring their equipment disposal lists with them when they visit the Show, so that staff can make them a cash offer on the stand.


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EXHIBITOR STAND D65


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