Morris adds €4.5 million of generator stock

By Leila Steed25 January 2021

UK-based Morris Site Machinery adds Denyo and ArcGen generators for UK and European markets

Steve Harrison, Production Assembly Specialist at MSM Steve Harrison, Production Assembly Specialist at MSM in the UK

UK-based rental company Morris Site Machinery (MSM) has invested £4 million (€4.5 million) in its generator and welder generator equipment fleets with Stage IIIA compliant units.

The onsite equipment supplier added £2.5 million (€2.8 million) worth of Denyo diesel generators for rental customers in the UK.

The company added a range of models, including the Renta 20 and Renta 37 models, which are known for their distinctive purple colouring and offer around 14-16 hours of continuous run time. MSM also added a number of Denyo Eventa 37 generators, which are said to provide run times of up to 25 hours.

Alongside its new Denyo stock, a further £1.5 million (€1.7 million) of ArcGen welder generators were also added. Available to customers across Europe, these include the ArcGen Multi Process 500 CC/CV, 200SSD, 400CC/CV and 500CC/CV models, which are now available for immediate delivery.

Richard Denholm, Sales Director at Morris Site Machinery, said, “They genuinely are a multi-purpose site essential: big on welding power, with the mig wire feeder and 500-amp heavy duty stick welding capability, but equally big on generator power too, with the 15kVA 3 phase capable of powering inverters and plasma cutters”

He added that the offer was a good one to take advantage of “in advance of the expected market-wide Stage V price hike.”

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