JPN Industrial Trading signs up with Tower Light
By Murray Pollok17 December 2013
Tower Light has appointed Singapore-based plant and machinery dealer, JPN Industrial Trading, as distributor of its lighting towers in Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar.
JPN, which began trading in 1988, specialises in the sale, rental and re-conditioning of new and used construction machinery and equipment and operates from a 34000 m2 facility with waterfront access.
The company sells Airman compressors and generators, Mikasa compaction and concreting equipment, and McWel gensets.
Tower Light’s Alessandro Carenzio, sales manager for Asia and Middle East said, “We are delighted to welcome such an experienced company as our latest distributor. We believe that with their undoubted experience and expertise in the construction machinery market will quickly open up new markets for the Tower Light brand in these important territories.”
Back in Europe, meanwhile, Tower Light UK has confirmed an order for a further fifty VB9 towers from Charles Wilson Engineers (CW Plant), one of the UK’s leading UK rental firms.
CW Plant currently has a mix of Tower Light’s VT1 and VB9 sets and has chosen to increase its VB9 range.
“We chose to invest in more VB9s as our customers are starting to ask for these sets by name,” said CW Plant’s Graham Pollard. “The VB9 has many environmental qualities, notwithstanding the fact that our clients can make savings on their fuel costs, when operating a VB9 instead of a traditional lighting tower.”
The VB9 reduces fuel consumption significantly by using a smaller diesel engine combined with an electronics system.
Tower Light Srl is based in Villanova d’Ardenghi near Milan, Italy. Earlier this year it was acquired by US generator specialist Generac Power Systems Group.