Over the past few years, the buying and hiring habits of contractors has becoming increasingly scrutinised to deliver on three points; productivity, profitability and safety.
For construction equipment suppliers, success will ultimately be a reflection of the contractors success.
One aspect of how to contribute to this is how a supplier prepares their fleet.
Take VRents, for example. We're a Hi-spec Volvo Construction Equipment supplier specialising in civil construction, bulk materials handling, major projects, quarries, pipeline, utilities infrastructure, road construction, mining, site remediation and bulk earthworks industries. And we pride ourselves on achieving the best results for a client's operations using meticulously prepared, serviced and maintained equipment.
To meet this goal, VRents in constantly updating its range of construction equipment. And in July 2016, we introduced VSpec to our rental fleet, incorporating a number of attachments and enhancements to improve the safety and productivity of each machine.
A recent example is VRents new ECR305 reduced swing radius 30t excavator. On this unit a number of features were included to enhance the machines already impressive performance and safety specifications. All designed to maximise the operator’s time in the cabin, the machines adaptability, uptime and productivity the additions include –
- Volvo Caretrack Telematics
- Full Auto-grease System
- Pre-wiring for 2D & 3D GPS
- Fully Automatic Quick Hitch
- Battery Isolators
- Pre-set Hydraulic Hammer Settings
- Hammer Piping
- Emergency Stops
- Heavy Duty Front Screen Guard
- Hammer Piping
- Fire Extinguishers
- Safety Railing
- First Aid Kit
- UHF Radio
- Heavy Duty Dozer Blade
- Reversing Camera
- A Wide Range of Heavy Duty Buckets & Attachments
All prepared, serviced and maintained by VRent's Volvo trained technicians, the VSpec machines provide exception rental value.
If you'd like to hear more about preparing the right fleet for the job, or need a quote for your requirements, get in touch with VRents today.