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LYNCH PLANT HIRE CONTINUES TO INVEST IN KUBOTA

Lynch Plant Hire, one of the UK’s leading machinery hire specialists, has significantly increased its fleet of Kubota excavators this year with the addition of 40 new machines, all fitted with class leading emission complaint Kubota engines, as it sees its working relationship with the Japanese manufacturer continue to grow.

Lynch Plant Hire has been providing plant hire equipment for more than 30 years and has seven depots strategically placed throughout the UK. Facing an increasing workload with involvement in huge infrastructure projects such as the Thames Tideway Scheme, A14 widening project and HS2, the business is in constant need of powerful, durable and efficient machinery that will perform reliably and consistently every time.

Merrill Lynch, Director at Lynch Plant Hire, said: “By adding 40 Kubota excavators to our fleet, taking the total to 150, we’re providing operators with machinery that simply gets the job done in the toughest conditions, allowing them to be more productive out on site.  In addition, the machines utilise the latest innovations and are Stage V compliant, offering users enhanced efficiencies.

“Our reputation is based on quality products and excellent customer service and this ethos aligns perfectly with Kubota, which is why it was a simple decision to continue to work in partnership with the manufacturer as our preferred excavator supplier for 2018. The service and aftersales support provided is second to none and Kubota always take onboard our opinions regarding machinery improvements and feed this into its R&D, which enhances our business operations.”

Leana Horton, Key Account Manager at Kubota UK, said: “This new order is a testament to the strength of our relationship with Lynch Plant. As Kubota machines continue to become a vital part of the Lynch Plant business, we look forward to seeing the new excavators in action and ensuring we provide the service and support a leading hire plant specialist requires.”

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