Prevention is always preferable to the cure – and that’s as true for plant machinery as it is for people. We want to keep your equipment ‘fit and healthy’ for as long as possible, so that you can benefit from extended operation and a reduced risk of downtime.

That’s why our service contract agreements incorporate an effective plant maintenance programme with a view to catching issues before they become a problem. We schedule site visits and perform operational checks using the skills of our proficient team of engineers, each of whom know the intricacies of the machines they’re working with.

“Our growing fleet thrives on the outstanding plant maintenance service we receive from United Plant Services. Like most plant operations our size, our focus is on getting the job done in time, rather than worrying about when the next unanticipated machine breakdown may be. Rather than waiting for the unexpected, we have our fleet fully serviced and maintained by United’s exceptional engineers, because it simply saves time and money in the long run.”

Machines we regularly maintain include JCB, Volvo, Hitachi, Liebherr, CAT, Komatsu, Terex, Case, Kubota, Al-jon and many more.

The right skills, and service for the job

Attention to detail matters, so we ensure that each of our engineers is trained and equipped to deal with every brand and model they are assigned to support.

Our team’s fast reaction times and exemplary customer service work together, to resolve issues at speed and keep your plant – and its machines – on the move.

Partner performance

Well-maintained and correctly repaired machinery can last for many years, serving the plant environment and generating profits. Our partner companies agree that to get the best value out of any piece of plant or equipment, its service and safeguard – via effective plant maintenance – is paramount.

Companies including Lafarge Tarmac, Aggregate Industries, Carillion, Babcock, Hanson, Breedon, FCC Environmental and Sita UK all benefit from the support of United Plant Services, and have experienced more efficient, better performing machinery as a result.