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A new issue reporting app has been launched by Go-Cam for the Plant Hire Industry. The app allows off site and loneworkers to create live reports from the field and provides instant video evidence back to base at the touch of a button.
Go Plant, a leading supplier of short and long term hire vehicles, has committed to install all-round safety systems to its entire fleet, after running extensive trials with different specialist companies. Andy Brumell from Go Plant awarded the contract to vehicle safety specialists, Sentinel Systems.
CASE Construction Equipment has teamed up with its dealer Hodge Plant to offer an impressive line-up of machines for the Scotplant exhibition in Edinburgh on April 22nd and 23rd.
To meet the demands of its growing order book, Liskeard-based Fred Champion Groundworks has expanded its CASE Construction Equipment fleet of machines with sixteen, Tier 4 Final, crawler excavators.
Processing procedures involving powdered, granulated or other free-flowing materials require regular, high volume product top-ups to maintain adequate production through-puts. The specialised big-bag, air operated hoists manufactured by J D Neuhaus are suitable for operating with single or twin bag loads.
A new telematics platform will be showcased at plantworx this year by Plant-i Ltd as well as some new innovation in GPS tracking devices,included a new high capacity self powered GPS tracker.
When the diesel engine of a deck crane failed, it caused major handling problems for an offshore platform operating in the Dutch sector of the southern North Sea, problems that were solved with the use of J D Neuhaus air operated hoists.