Morris adds €4.5 million of generator stock
By Leila Steed25 January 2021
UK-based Morris Site Machinery adds Denyo and ArcGen generators for UK and European markets
UK-based rental company Morris Site Machinery (MSM) has invested £4 million (€4.5 million) in its generator and welder generator equipment fleets with Stage IIIA compliant units.
The onsite equipment supplier added £2.5 million (€2.8 million) worth of Denyo diesel generators for rental customers in the UK.
The company added a range of models, including the Renta 20 and Renta 37 models, which are known for their distinctive purple colouring and offer around 14-16 hours of continuous run time. MSM also added a number of Denyo Eventa 37 generators, which are said to provide run times of up to 25 hours.
Alongside its new Denyo stock, a further £1.5 million (€1.7 million) of ArcGen welder generators were also added. Available to customers across Europe, these include the ArcGen Multi Process 500 CC/CV, 200SSD, 400CC/CV and 500CC/CV models, which are now available for immediate delivery.
Richard Denholm, Sales Director at Morris Site Machinery, said, “They genuinely are a multi-purpose site essential: big on welding power, with the mig wire feeder and 500-amp heavy duty stick welding capability, but equally big on generator power too, with the 15kVA 3 phase capable of powering inverters and plasma cutters”
He added that the offer was a good one to take advantage of “in advance of the expected market-wide Stage V price hike.”