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INSTANT BROADBAND


Why suffer months of costly delays waiting for ADSL providers?


Use MultiCom – for rapid construction site broadband connectivity. Adopted by many major construction companies for ‘first-in’ Communications


• Immediate communications for new site cabins/offices • Ready to provide many users with access to the internet • No long term commitment, 1 month minimum rental • Demonstration available at a location of your choice ‘MultiCom is the best ‘first-in’


communications service available’ (Tier 1 Construction Company. 2014)


TIME & ATTENDANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TAMS) FOR CONSTRUCTION SITES


...talking to many Construction Site Managers, they have stressed how important it is to accurately monitor staff attendance on-site, whether it be for health and safety or to prevent ghosting (false attendance).


• Finger & Facial Biometric Recognition with photographic evidence capability.


• Management can monitor all remote sites centrally from HQ.


• Promotes efficient project management and doubles-up as a Health & Safety record. • Limitless employee


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LEVOLUX GETS STUCK IN FOR HENKEL


A new office development for Henkel is bringing together its UK workforce into a more comfortable, energy efficient building, equipped with an external Solar Shading solution from Levolux. The solution comprises aluminium Aerofoil Fins secured to an external frame extending across south-facing elevations and forming a canopy above the main entrance. T 020 8863 9111 E info@levolux.com W www.levolux.com.


capacity – no number too small, or too high.


• Handles various types of shifts (i.e. standard; complex; split shifts; night shifts)


• No capital outlay, minimum 1 month rental


• No fixed line or ADSL connection necessary


“This solution is so cost-effective, it has saved the company thousands [of pounds] in lost wages through ghosting” - (Contractor on behalf of a Tier 1 Construction Company, 2014)


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MOBILE MINI ACQUIRES GLASGOW BASED CONTAINER HIRE BUSINESS


Mobile Mini, the world’s leading provider of portable accommodation and secure storage solutions, has announced the acquisition of a storage container hire business from Fraser Ltd, based in Coatbridge near Glasgow. The container hire business to be acquired operates a fleet of approximately 500 high quality containers and will be merged with Mobile Mini’s existing Scottish business, also based in Glasgow. The deal allows Frasers to focus on its core transportation and container repair business, which will continue to operate separately. Mobile Mini currently has a 367 strong UK workforce at its headquarters


in Stockton on Tees and sixteen depots across the country, from Glasgow to Gravesend. It is the first acquisition for the company in the UK since the transformational acquisition of Ravenstock MSG in 2008. Chris Morgan, Managing Director, Mobile Mini UK commented: “Our acquisition of Frasers is part of our growth strategy in the UK, which includes strengthening our container hire business and extending our reach into new market sectors such as retail and education.” Chris continued: “Frasers’ high quality, highly utilised, containers fit well with our own container fleet, and we expect a seamless transition for Frasers’ existing container hire customers. We’ve worked with Frasers for many years and both companies have a belief in providing high quality, personalised service.” Established in 2000, Fraser Ltd is a family run business which provides


container rental and sales, container repairs, as well as modification and transport services. Financial terms of the transaction have not been disclosed.


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