HIAB HIRE AND RENTAL Dunham Massey
Here at Site Movements UK, our Dunham Massey team have been in the haulage and plant transport industry for over a decade. And over this period of time, we have been putting time and effort into making sure all of our team are trained to the highest of standards.
We aim is to be the best when it comes to offering Hiab hire and vehicle escort services. For more information on all the projects we carry out, please click HERE.
Our office staff are available to help deal with any questions you may have, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, either over the phone or filling out our online contact form.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR HIAB HIRE OR PLANT RENTAL IN OR AROUND Dunham Massey?
Our team of transportation experts are able to deal with wideload escorting, towable units, rigid Hiabs and beaver tail plant trucks. If you’re not sure which Hiab is right for your job, then we can help.
From start to finish we take care of it all from site surveys and risk assessments to transport solutions. We can take care of your site relocation and installation, you don’t need to worry about anything. !
WHERE IN Bolton ARE WE BASED?
Our Greater Manchester-based location is surrounded by excellent transport links, which means our team will be able to attend to your job. No matter where or when you need us.
You will have a specific job co-ordinator who will take care of the whole process. We pride ourselves on offering an efficient, effective and affordable service. So whether you’re moving a wide load or a need support on a building site, our Hiab operators are trained and equipped to handle your requirements.
We have two yards, one in Bury and one in Bolton. Having a second yard means we’re able to massively expand our services. It means we’re able to store more Hiab hire Trafford equipment and it means we’ll also be able to keep up with the extra demand we have been seeing recently.
So if you’re looking for Hiab hire or any plant transport services, why not get in touch with one of our team today?