Hawk extends fleet with Bell ADT

11 March 2016

UK-based rental company Hawk Plant Hire has invested in a new 37 tonne payload Bell B40 articulated dump truck (ADT).

Hawk director and general manager Paul Allman said, “Our reputation rides on over 40 years’ experience in the plant hire industry, and the trust our customers have placed in us during that time.

“Our clients expect to hire machines that are not only current, but also efficient, technologically advanced and allow them to perform their trades to the highest level possible.

“For that reason it’s imperative that any machine we purchase for client hire makes its mark on site, and delivers the results our customers are looking for. We felt the BD40 would meet with that requirement.”

Richard Higgott, sales and marketing manager at Bell Equipment, said, “The B40D is a dependable, efficient, and competent machine, and an ideal addition to any hard-working fleet. We’re confident this tried-and-tested model will provide Hawk Plant and its customer base with years of reliable and cost-effective service.”

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