B&W Plant Hire expands Case fleet

04 December 2019

One B&W Plant Hire's Case CX130D excavators

One of B&W Plant Hire’s Case CX130D excavators

United Kingdom-based B&W Plant Hire has expanded its fleet of Case excavators to 34 units as part of a decision to diversify its machine offering.

The rental company, which began investing in Case in 2018, said it had even replaced other excavator brands with Case models after trialling the machines through its local dealer, Dennis Barnfield, and being pleased with the strength and power of the excavators.

Andrew Partington, B&W Plant Hire general manager, said: “We describe these machines as ‘bullet-proof’. They really are incredibly strong and very well made. When you’re working in the plant hire industry, your machines are put through a lot, you need reliability and a low total cost of ownership.”

Anthony Bouvié, business director northern Europe for Case Construction Equipment, said: “We are always delighted when customers take a Case machine following a trial. It allows customers to see the power and efficiency the machines deliver prior to purchase. We hope to see B&W Plant Hire continue to expand their fleet in the future.”

B&W now carries a Case fleet comprising the CX80C, CX130D, CX145D, CX210D, CX245D, and CX210D LR excavator models.

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