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Here at United Plant we’re delighted to announce the launch of our new ‘HME Solutions’ vans, which are now fully operational and will join our ever-expanding fleet of modern, state-of-the-art engineer vans.

United Plant engineers and brothers, Rhys and Joe Collier, are the first to take ownership of the newly branded vans. Covering the south of the UK, Rhys and Joe are both highly skilled engineers who carry out a range of service and defect work on all equipment for customers, who operate within the quarrying and waste industry.

These new vans form part of a greater overall business strategy being implemented by United Plant, which has seen a growing engineering proposition, covering HME as well as the recently introduced dedicated ‘Compliance’ vans. The business has invested heavily over recent months in a new fleet of engineer vans, as well as unveiling its new company logo and branding.

Greg Mulhearn, United Plant Managing Director, comments: “We are extremely pleased that our ‘HME Solutions’ vans are out on the road. We have received great feedback from both our engineers and our customers on the new look vans, which are instantly recognisable and represent United Plants’ commitment to Health and Safety.

“We have a wealth of experience and history in HME and by having dedicated vans with specialist engineers, we can provide the best support for our customers whilst fully utilising our national engineer network,” concludes Greg.

At United Plant our approach is to provide honest, transparent asset support, giving our customers flexible and tailored solutions, whilst never compromising on quality or safety. As an independent solution provider, our unique proposition means we can react and adapt quickly, to meet the needs of our customers throughout the UK.

 
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