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THE HIRE INDUSTRY’S FAVOURITE 1 TONNE HI-TIP DUMPER


EXECUTIVE REPORT continued


The depot was back up and running again two months later.


expansion of the compact plant fleet. “We have 25 mini excavators up to 1.5 tonnes, which are mostly Takeuchi models. We would not buy any other brand. Customers like them and ask for them by name. We also have twelve Thwaites 1-tonne hi-tip dumpers and six compact tracked dumpers, including four JCB HTD5s. Our three Timberwolf chippers are also popular and if we had more space we could add more machines like this.” Other recent additions include Fairport compaction plates, an Xtreme heavy-duty mower from Hire Supply Co, a Pramac pressure washer and a Camon stump grinder.


The Thwaites 1 Tonne Hi-Tip Dumper, is the Dumper your customers need when working in confi ned or restricted spaces.


With a 3 cylinder Yanmar engine mated to an effi cient hydrostatic drive, your Customers will fi nd this machine safe, economical and really easy to operate.


Easyhire is confident it can continue to grow without further disruption, having been told by the local water authority that the flood was a ‘once in 100 years’ event. Also, a large chipboard manufacturer on the Hexham trading estate has erected a sizeable flood barrier that would protect it and other businesses, having had its production severely disrupted by the incident two years ago. “We may also re-locate Consett to a higher-profile building,” said Mike Simpson, “and in the longer term we have identified a number of other areas where we believe we could successfully establish additional depots.”


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Two of the latest fleet additions.


Find your nearest dealer at: www.thwaitesdumpers.co.uk


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