Selwood, the UK’s leading pumping solutions provider, is adding £1m worth of large submersible assets to its UK rental fleet as part of an ongoing programme of investment.
The additions this year will see 18 giant submersible pumps with motor sizes from 100kw to 250kw and flow capacities of up to 1,300 litres per second become available across Selwood’s UK-wide branch network.
At Selwood, we are always looking for ways to improve our products and provide exceptional service to our customers.
We listen carefully to feedback to understand what customers would like from us – and one topic that has been raised is the lead times for our pumps.
All our pumps are manufactured at our UK headquarters by our specialist teams to the highest quality standards. It’s what makes them world-renowned for their reliability and longevity, and of course it’s a process that takes time.
Selwood’s plant hire specialists are supporting the first phase of a new link road development led by Eastleigh Borough Council.
Work has begun on the new route, part of the ‘One Horton Heath’ development which will help ease traffic congestion at Fair Oak and Horton Heath in Hampshire.
We’re welcoming some new additions to our fleet over the next month, including the new CAT 308's and 313's which benefit from many of the latest safety features and equipment such as new hi-viz handrails. This comes as part of our continued investment in our plant hire operation to provide Selwood customers with up-to-date equipment from leading brands.
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.
As lockdown restrictions ease across the UK, the health and wellbeing of staff customers remains our highest priority.
This video outlines the strict social distancing and hygiene measures that all Selwood staff are working to whether they are at our headquarters, in our network of pump rental and plant hire branches, or out serving customers.