From excavators to dumpers, telehandlers and rollers, our plant hire operation continues to grow, with a focus on versatility and relability. So far we’ve invested £13.5million into our fleet over the past three years and will spend a further £4.2million in 2020. We’re proud to have an extensive fleet available for hire across our network of branches and a team with unrivalled expertise. Our staff will provide a plant hire solution suited to your requirement and we always go the extra mile to deliver exceptional customer service.
Selwood is to spend £4.2million on its plant fleet in 2020 as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to offering the latest environmentally-friendly construction equipment for hire across its UK branch network.
The investment builds on the £13.5milion invested into the fleet over the past three years, which ensures customers have access to up-to-date equipment from leading brands including CAT, Hyundai, Takeuchi and Yanmar excavators, JCB and Thwaites dumpers, Ammann and Hamm rollers and telehandlers from Merlo and JCB.
At Selwood, we are always looking for ways to improve our products and be exceptional for our customers.
This is why we are now including additional features, which were previously optional extras, as standard for buyers of our market-leading Super Silent pumps in the UK and around the world, bringing them in line with those used day in and day out by customers of our market-leading UK rental service.
All Super Silent pumps sold globally will now be packaged with:
At Selwood we are committed to minimising the impact that our operations have on the environment around us – and one way we can contribute to sustainability is through the increased use of lower-emission vehicles.
Like most organisations in the industries we work in, we recognise that change is an ongoing process and that it will take time to get to where we want to be. However, in recent years we have made great strides to a more sustainable fleet.
Selwood’s pumping solutions team stepped in to minimise disruption at a Southern Water treatment works when a failed pump needed replacement.
Specialists from Selwood’s pump rental team were called out to an outfall station at Shoreham-by-Sea, where a canister pump had developed a fault.
A replacement unit was not immediately available, and the team were also faced with the challenge of limited access to the wet well – so a fast and practical alternative was required.