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Hire Standards’ customer base typically covers a 20-mile radius of Westbury, although it can find itself organising the supply of


equipment over a considerably larger area. “Some customers, such as contractors installing driveways or laying tarmac, often get work outside the area and look to us to re-hire it for them. Occasionally we will buy a non-standard item on their behalf, get it delivered to their site and add it to their account. We are also a preferred contractor to several companies from other industries outside construction, such as civil engineering, manufacturing and entertaining, who know we can source things they need unexpectedly that their normal supply chain does not provide, such as barbecues, trampolines, weed killer and, even, a table-tennis table.”


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BRICK AND MORTAR SAW Hire Standards plans to expand its access fleet.


Celebrating its 10th anniversary next July, Hire Standards is positive about the future. “When we started, we would have agonised about buying a wheelbarrow because resources were tight,” said Matt, “but now we buy 40 at a time. I am delighted with how we have developed, and we all love working in this industry.”


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