Speedy Hire secures major infrastructure contract with Amey

UK-based infrastructure services firm Amey has contracted with Speedy Hire. (Photo: Amey)

Speedy Hire has secured a major new core hire and solutions contract with UK-based infrastructure services firm Amey.

It was reported last week that HSS Hire Group ended its contract with Amey.

This new long-term contract, for revenue of up to £25m per annum, is set to begin during the second half of Speedy Hire’s financial year, subject to a transition period.

Amey, a leading provider of engineering, operations and decarbonization solutions for UK infrastructure, said in a statement it selected Speedy Hire due to its sustainability credentials and wide range of commercially sustainable eco-products, all of which align with the company’s own ESG framework and goals to deliver sustainable infrastructure solutions.

As part of the agreement, Speedy Hire will provide non-operated plant hire to Amey’s operations on a range of sector contracts including rail, highways and public estates, a significant portion of which will consists of eco-products including H-Power Generators from Speedy Hydrogen Solutions and battery storage units from Green Power Hire.

“We are delighted to commence our relationship with Amey by securing this new contract, which is testament to our leadership position in our sector, along with our ability to service major customers with commercially sustainable products and services,” said Dan Evans, chief executive, Speedy Hire. “Our ‘Velocity’ strategy positions Speedy Hire strongly to continue to support all our customers, which we are very pleased now includes Amey.”

John Faulkner, chief operating officer at Amey, shared Evans’ enthusiasm. 

“We are delighted to enter a new partnership with Speedy Hire as a trusted provider of the sustainable products and services we require that play an important part in meeting our sustainability targets.

“This new contract signifies a strategic alliance between Amey and Speedy Hire in our common goals to play a critical role in protecting the natural environment while accelerating the UK’s transition to Net Zero.”


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