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EXECUTIVE HIRE SHOW REVIEW continued


Hirers welcome MHM Plant initiative


First-time exhibitor MHM Plant reported that it enjoyed “a tremendous positive response” to its lighting tower re-hire initiative. “Our UK re-hire package was developed as a contemporary business solution to the capital expenditure restraints faced by many hirers over the


last couple of years,” argues MHM Plant’s Matt Llewellyn. “We have quickly built up a large fleet of market leading TowerLight VT1, VT2 and Link Towers, and these are available on short or long term hire. Hirers that visited us on the stand wanted an assurance that we would only re-hire to them and not their customers. Having assured them of this, many were more than happy to work with us. Indeed, we heard the comment several times that ‘if I’d known about your re-hire package, I wouldn’t have had to turn down a long hire for a number of towers.’ Hirers can now substantially increase their lighting tower fleet without capital outlay.”


01639 777009 www.mhmplant.co.uk


Fairport extends compaction range


New from Fairport Construction Equipment is the FPR60H rammer, which weighs 60kg and has a 265mm-wide foot. Being produced in Germany for the company, the machine has a 3hp Honda GX200 engine, a moulded plastic 3.5 litre fuel tank, polyurethane bellows and a vibration-reduced handle. Impact force is 10.7kN and the tool has a stroke height of 50-85mm. Also new on the stand was the FVR580H single drum roller, which weighs 185kg and has a drum width of 580mm. Powered by a 5.5hp Honda GX260 engine, its roller has a 15-litre water tank, a narrow side overhang and a control handle with deadman security and reversing protection.


01142 767921 www.fairport.uk.com


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