DeltaRent places 60-unit TowerLight order

By Sarah Ann McCay08 July 2013

Tower Light’s Alessandro Rossi agrees the order with Jan De Graaff, owner of DeltaRent

Tower Light’s Alessandro Rossi agrees the order with Jan De Graaff, owner of DeltaRent

Dutch rental firm DeltaRent has added a range of environmentally friendly lighting sets from TowerLight to its fleet.

DeltaRent has purchased 60 units across four model types from Tower Light. These are the VT1 Eco, VB9 LED, Hydro Power Cube LED and VT-Hybrid.

Each lighting unit has been designed around fuel savings, offering long-life lamps at reduced operating costs.

The VT-Hybrid features a hybrid battery/diesel system, with auto charging technology, and can run on 90% battery power and 10% fuel.

The recent order brings DeltaRent’s fleet of TowerLight sets up to 120. The rental firm plans to standardise on TowerLight products and is in the process of phasing out other brand units.

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