Machinery and vehicle hire and sales business, 4hire, has invested more than £1 million in new equipment to meet increasing local demand.
4hire - part of the 4group, which also consists of 4safety and 4fleet - is the Channel Islands’ only provider of genuinely integrated solutions to meet islanders a practical transportation, training, fleet and equipment needs. It has a rolling investment programme to replace hire equipment on a three- to five-year cycle
4group MD, Nigel Blandin said: “We’re excited to continue developing our business in response to the needs of Islanders. We are fully committed to developing 4group across all sectors of industry and commerce as well as for the general public. From its conception six years ago, 4group has continually invested in equipment, people and in the Island to ensure that we are ready to face the challenges of the future. We are fully committed to providing the best service, products and training solutions.”
4hire has also introduced a variety of innovative telematic tracking devices. As well as industrial uses, these devices, which can be both hired and purchased, allow the user to monitor and recover any vehicle and boat if stolen. The devices can also be used for leisure, at car track days or installed on sailing boats, providing easily downloadable analytics
Wojciech Duszkiewicz said: ‘We’ve not only invested in high quality, innovative equipment which is suitable for use on construction sites and for use at home on DIY projects, but also on vehicles and equipment for other industries including trucks, vans and forklifts.
“We have introduced the latest telematics and tracking devices, optimised to work in the Chanel Islands which can be hired or purchased. The introduction of such technologies is a significant development for both consumers and businesses alike.”
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