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HSS Hire showcase investment in new stock

Wednesday, 20th March, 2019 4:26pm

The HSS Hire & Laois Hire Group have launched a new range of equipment in their branches recently. The new range involved a substantial large investment over recent months.

The team in Cork, Regional Sales Manager Rob Tobin and Sales Representative Paul Mullins, are on hand to provide a great service at the high profile depot in Tivoli and the surrounding region with a recently opened location in Waterford.

They are supplying an array of industries including the construction and pharmaceutical market with an equipment range that includes plant and powered access, generators and Hilti tools. The group’s plant and tools can be spotted on most major sites around the country.

They have become one of the most recognisable hire companies in Ireland. Managing Director Michael Killeen said: “We aim to be a strong and reliable presence in the hire industry and in order to do this we have expanded rapidly throughout 2018 and will continue to invest heavily in the best of equipment and tools to meet the current demand in 2019. As well as this, we will continue to put emphasis on health and safety as one of our prime objectives.”

Dan Doyle, Regional Manager for HSS Hire in Southern Ireland believes that his team are excellent indeed. “We have the best, most experienced team in the area with a really high level of service – we can supply our customers throughout Ireland with whatever they need to get the job done. We also have a dedicated sales team and can sell anything from our expansive hire range.”

For more information, or any queries, drop into your local Cork HSS Hire branch in Fortwilliam, Tivoli or call them on 021-4313000.

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