We’re exhibiting at London’s leading construction and design show! London Build is taking place at the Olympia London on November 27th & 28th.
Be sure to come to visit our stand G12 to see the latest innovations in mobile welfare and site lighting with market-leading solutions for sustainability.
At the recent charity Midnight marathon event held on the north runway of Heathrow Airport over 500 runners were helped along the way using our Hybrid Lighting Tower after the runways were closed to aircraft.
Our Group FD cycled over 400km in three days to watch the finish of the Tour de France in Paris. On the way to France he stopped for this picture after spotting one of our units in Surrey. Next time more stock checks on the way
A batch of the NEW X-ECO Hybrid tower light in pre delivery test before dispatch to the customer. The fuel savings combined with the lowest CO2 emission’s were a factor in placing the order but the winning feature was the silent battery operation for up to 18 hours allowing the entire night shift to work noise and pollution free.
Welfare Hire attended the latest Rail Live Exhibition and introduced the new X-ECO 10 welfare unit with built in tower light mast. The display model also had the additional option of CCTV.
Initial feedback was great and we took orders on the day and have many enquiries to follow up. Odd that we were on the longest daylight day when we had the conversations … and the hottest!!
We’re exhibiting at The Showman’s Show 2016 19 & 20th October at Newbury Showground. Come and visit us and discover more about our mobile welfare solutions.
Our favourite towable Welfare Pod will soon be available with an inbuilt 400W LED lighting tower on a 6M air operated mast.
Register your interest by email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll let you know as soon as the Eco10 Welfare Pod with Mast & Light is available.
On Monday a customer reported 3 X- ECO towerlights stolen from their site and asked we charge to loss. We logged onto our tracking system to discover they had been taken on the previous Friday at 6.30 in the evening, driven 15 miles and hidden in a wood behind a disused colliery. Liaising with the police we informed them of the location and sent a recovery team to site.