All Ireland Articles

Dromad makes multi-lift investment
Irish renter adds MEWPs from Hinowa, Skyjack, Snorkel and Niftylift
Power Logistics plans European expansion
Opening of Irish location the first stage of European move
JCB opens new online ordering site
Site will ‘transform’ how customers in the UK & Ireland buy construction machinery, says manufacturer 
First for electric JCB in Ireland
John Sisk & Son becomes first construction company in Ireland to invest in an electric telehandler
Briggs moves into lithium with Snorkel
Rental company is first in Ireland to invest in Snorkel’s lithium-ion powered Speed Level lifts
Water management vital to tackle infra climate challenges
Proactive water management: How pumping and treatment equipment can make infrastructure more climate resilient, while saving time and reducing costs
How construction workers are struggling with poor mental health
Why poor mental health is such a problem in the construction industry, and what we can do to lower suicide rates
Speedy makes €3.4m investment in Skyjacks
Skyjack equipment adds to recent investments by Speedy Powered Access
Speedy makes net zero carbon commitment
Speedy Hire committed to net zero emissions before 2050, and reports 10.6% revenue fall in 2020
HSS sees big increase in digital business
22% of HSS Hire’s revenues in the final quarter of 2020 were generated through its digital platforms
Briggs Equipment expands in Republic of Ireland
Briggs Equipment has acquired Laois Hire Services from HSS Hire for £11.2 million.
First Sinoboom micro scissors delivered to Ireland
Drogheda Hire & Sales in the Republic of Ireland expands fleet with five Sinoboom 1330SE micro scissors
GAP Group to offer machine control technology
UK rental company GAP is to supply Trimble machine control technology in a new partnership with software provider Sitech UK & Ireland.
New battery tech coming to market
Xerotech tests modular battery system platform for construction equipment
Finning reports start of HS2 deliveries
Caterpillar dealer reports a 21% fall in sales for 2000, with new equipment revenues down 40%
Ahern Ireland expands sales team
Sean Hopkins takes up newly created position as field sales representative for Ireland
Republic of Ireland halts non-essential construction
Non-essential construction in the Republic will halt from 6pm on Friday 8 January
Carrier invests in temperature control fleet
Carrier Rental Systems in UK has made a “major investment” in space heating, hot water and steam boiler plant
Finning sees rebound in rental activity
Though rental revenues remain below prior year levels, Finning reports sequential improvement
First UK/Irish delivery for Sinoboom
Balloo Hire Centre orders 50 Sinoboom electric scissors for use across Northern and the Republic of Ireland
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