Kennards depot moves to new location

05 August 2019

Kennards Hire’s Port Hedland branch in Western Australia has moved location to a new, purpose-built facility in the same town.

Kennards Hire team outside the new Port Hedland branch in Western Australia

The Kennards Hire team outside the new Port Hedland branch in Western Australia

Custom built on 5,000m2 of land, the new depot includes a drive-through facility. The company said customers would now be able to load and unload their equipment undercover, as the facility’s high roof allows for most service trucks to access the loading zone.

Since the yard is more than double the size of the previous site, there will be smoother traffic flow through the site during peak times when customers are picking up or dropping off equipment.

Branch manager, Dylan Moebius, said, “We’re always looking for ways to improve our branch network. Our brand new, purpose-built site means we can help customers more efficiently and effortlessly, regardless of their project or needs.

“We are extremely proud to be here in Port Hedland and are keen to continue building our business here,” he added.

The new facility will stock a range of specialist gear, including mine shut down equipment such as air compressors, air vantage and vantage welders with LN25 wire feeder attachments, generators and concrete cutting equipment.

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