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EXECUTIVE NEWS


FLYING HIRE POWERS AHEAD


Flying Hire of North Scarle, near Lincoln, held a successful open day recently to launch a new line-up of fully synchronised, programmable load-sharing JCB generators that it has added to its temporary power equipment fleet.


At the launch, attended by a diverse range of customers, such as event managers, stately homes staff, utilities personnel and concert organisers, Joint MDs Joe and Lindsay Nearn promoted the new 220 and 275kVA machines, which incorporate telemetric monitoring and communication via SMS, GSM or wi-fi. “We can provide customers with complete reassurance and backup,” Joe told EHN. “The technology on the control panel enables us to monitor fuel levels, temperature, loading and condition of the generators, and we can receive an instant alert in the event of any failure. This is key for customers such as those with equipment working in remote locations, or concert organisers requiring uninterrupted power for musicians or on-site communications. We also benefit from direct parts and service backup from JCB.”


Flying Hire also offers generators of up to 135kVA and mobile lighting towers from Macgen, which can be fitted with dusk-till-dawn auto-start capabilities to avoid having to send personnel to switch the machines off and on. The hire fleet also includes tools and equipment, and compact plant such as Avant Tecno loaders and Takeuchi mini excavators.


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