Nixon Hire orders £10m worth of JCB telehandlers

Grant Prior 3 months ago
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Nixon Hire has placed an order for more than £10m with JCB for 230 telehandlers.

It is the largest single kit order placed by the hire giant who will see machines delivered throughout the year.

Graham Nixon Managing Director of Nixon Hire said; “Nixon Hire have committed to spend over £22m in 2019 as part of our capital expenditure schedule and the order we have placed with JCB is the largest purchase within this programme – at £10m it is actually the largest single order for equipment we’ve ever placed!

“The purchase of these machines comes at a very exciting period of growth for Nixon Hire.

“Our Depot Network is expanding and the fleet is getting larger – all of which enhances our service offering to customers nationwide.

“Telehandlers are a core product for Nixon Hire and JCB machines remain in high demand with customers from a wide range of industries due to their durability, comfort and reliability.

“We have placed such a large order to meet this demand and to fulfil our planned fleet replacement programme”.

“Running and maintaining a modern fleet of equipment is a priority for Nixon Hire.

“Regularly purchasing kit and replacing older machines with new, ensures our equipment offers the latest in safety features and engine emission technology.”

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