We had the pleasure to receive an order from the top hire company, YHC Hire Solutions at this year’s Executive Hire Show.
YHC Hire Solutions operations director, Jim Patch explained, “We always attend the Executive Hire Show with the intent to make purchases for our hire fleet. There are often show exclusives and it gives us the opportunity to meet the suppliers face to face”.
“This year,” continued Jim, “We placed a sizable order with MHM Plant for a line of their generators and, in particular, their larger ‘rental spec’ sets for our burgeoning event hire division. We were immediately impressed with the build quality of the units and the positive attitude of the MHM team.”
The YHC Hire Solutions generator fleet is now enhanced by 20, 35 and 45kVA super-silenced, multi-voltage Rental Specification sets. They are each powered by the latest Yanmar diesel engine combined with a Linz alternator. The power output is managed by a Deep Sea controller and a unique MHM-Gen engine protection, shut down system, helps to ensure safe operation. With a fully bunded base and robust canopy, YHC Hire Solutions clients can be assured that they will be experiencing the very latest in temporary power.
YHC Hire Solutions also purchased a line of our 3kVA petrol sets
for general construction use at the show.
Commenting on this order, Mat Llewellyn, our managing director said, “We were anticipating keen interest from the UK rental trade in our new line of generators and allied equipment. To receive this order from Jim and his team; helped to make the show one of our most successful trade shows to date.”
YHC Hire Solutions are an independent, family owned hire company, with over 30 years’ experience in the rental industry, specialising in tool and plant hire for the professional and DIY enthusiast. They have over 1000 carefully selected items currently available for hire, ranging from mini excavators to power tools, alongside power generation products and specialist surveying equipment. Their head-office is in Yeovil, Somerset with six further depots in the West of England.