Baker Plant joins the light hire family

Baker Plant Hire (BPH) a leading Lincolnshire independent hire firm has invested in a fleet of site lighting towers.

This is their first venture into site tower lighting. The company opted for the Trime X-ECO LED lighting set supplied by our us.

X-ECO LED

“I believe that our policy of always being responsive to a customer’s requirements is the thing that makes us stand out from our competitors,” contended Paul Layton, Plant Manager for Sleaford based, Baker Plant Hire.

“So when one of our clients needed three lighting towers for a long-term contract at a renewable energy plant we immediately set about researching the market for site lighting suppliers,” continued Paul.

Paul contacted three suppliers and carefully evaluated their respective offers.

“The MHM X-ECO LED unit was the most appealing to us for several reasons, but principally because the unit had all the features that our client required fitted as standard and Mat (Mat Llewellyn – MHM’s managing director) put together a very competitive quotation,” added Paul.

The lights have been delivered to site and will be soon be providing safe and secure illumination throughout the winter months.

With efficient performance at the core of its development, the manufacturer has calculated that the X-ECO LED uses approximately £336.00 less in fuel each month when compared to many traditionally illuminated lighting sets. The set is also fitted with the AMOSS safety system, which automatically lowers the mast if the lighting set is moved whilst the mast is still erected.

Baker Plant Hire offers a comprehensive range of large and small plant and tool hire, which includes a line of non-operated equipment, such as disc cutters, cement mixers, accommodation units, breakers and plate compactors. They also supply powered access machinery throughout their locality and right across the Country.

Their purpose built headquarters was opened in January 2016

 

 

 

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