Thousands of commuters use the M27 between Portsmouth and Southampton each day, and most will have experienced the congestion the route regularly suffers during peak hours. Selwood’s pump rental and plant hire teams are proud to be involved in a major Highways England project that aims to ease this problem by upgrading the route to become a smart motorway.
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Young people who use a boxing club in Aberdeen have new kit thanks to sponsorship from pump rental specialist Selwood. New tracksuits, t-shirts and re-usable water bottles have been supplied to Byron Boxing Club, based at the Northfield Community Centre, Byron Square, following a £1,000 donation from Selwood’s Aberdeen branch. The sponsorship was secured by Alex Cain, Selwood’s regional account manager for pump rental, who is one of the co-founders of the club.
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At Selwood we value our reputation for going above and beyond health and safety requirements. For us, this comes as standard – but it’s always a source of pride when this is recognised by our customers.  We are proud to supply plant and pump to G: Works who is a contractor of Kier. G: Works recently received a routine SHE (Safety, Health and Environmental) audit from a Kier advisor and a senior contract manager at its site at St Sidwell’s Point, Exeter. 
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Water specialists from around the globe will gather in Amsterdam this November at Aquatech, the world’s leading trade exhibition for the process, drinking and waste water industry. The Selwood team will be joined by our Dutch partner, Van der Ende Groep, throughout the show from November 5th to 8th at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre.
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Selwood’s dedicated delivery teams are used to fitting in with customers’ busy schedules, but a recent order in Devon required a little extra timing precision. The customer asked Selwood’s plant teams to deliver a 5ft excavator and two dumpers for use in building a luxury property on the Exe Estuary at Topsham. There was one problem – the Exe is tidal, and the site was only accessible by HGV when the tide was out.
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