The Secretary Magazine: June, July, August 2024

Your FREE Quarterly magazine covering the South West of England. We are dedicated to helping secretaries, office managers and personal assistants in their day to day duties and decision making. With the role of the secretary becoming ever more important, with responsibility often including everything from hotels to training, conferences to office supplies, car leasing … Read more

New Quiet Series air compressor from Makita

Makita has added a new air compressor to its Quiet Series range. Designed for use across a range of applications to enable efficient and consistent operation of tools, the new, compact MAC210Q is the latest air compressor to be launched by the tool manufacturer, and it is available in 110V or 240V options. Makita says … Read more

Iron & Earth Equipment Ltd

Experts in used plant, new compact tractors & ep handling equipment. We regularly stock brands such as Ausa, Bobcat, Bomag, Benford, CAT, Doosan, Hitachi, JCB, John Deere, Manitou, Kubota, Massey Ferguson, New Holland, Takeuchi, Terex, Thwaites, Volvo and many more. Loading facilities are available at our yard in Gloucester and we can on request load … Read more

Hyundai expands mini excavator range

Hyundai has unveiled a new batch of mini excavator models with operating weights of 1.7 to 5.5-tonnes. The new compact excavators join existing HD Hyundai mini and midi crawler machines to form a 12-model range, from the 1-tonne HX10A micro to the 9-tonne HX85A. Five of the mini excavators—the HX17A Z, HX19A, HX35A Z, HX40A, … Read more

HSS places large Sinoboom order

UK-based rental company HSS Hire has placed an order for more than 130 scissor lifts from Sinoboom. This latest order sees a range of equipment added to the mix alongside th 7.8 working height 1932ME scissor (a.k.a the 1930SE or the 0608SE). The 3346E 10m scissor lift is expected to be popular with maintenance contractors … Read more

Whats on Bristol Magazine June 2024

Welcome to another bumper edition of Whats on Bristol Magazine June 2024. After a rather damp May, here’s hoping for a sunnier month of June. Within the month of June there is a special occasion that we all mustn’t forget; Father’s Day! Does your heart belong with your dad? Let’s not forget some of the … Read more

Over 250,000 extra construction workers required by 2028 to meet demand

The annual industry forecast from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) highlights the continuing persistent gap between what the UK needs to keep up with demand and the workforce available to meet the challenge. CITB’s Construction Skills Network (CSN) 2024-28 report reveals that: The UK’s construction output: Rose by 2% in 2023, the third consecutive … Read more

Davis Access Platforms Access Solutions

Davis Access Platforms Ltd was founded in 1999 to form a one stop shop for service, repairs to the access platforms and offer training. The main focus of the company has always been to offer servicing, repairs and Training but in 2001 we introduced the supply of Access spare parts and due to the success … Read more

Caddick’s construction arm returns to black but profit falls by nearly half at developments business.

The construction arm of West Yorkshire contractor and developer Caddick Group returned to the black last year, the firm’s recently filed accounts have said. The division, which also includes a civil engineering business that works mainly for housebuilders, saw pre-tax profit come in at £6.6m on turnover, which was up 21% to £218m, Its most … Read more

Building Plant News Magazine: June, July, August 2024

Your FREE Quarterly magazine covering the South West and Wales, targeting all construction, plant, civil engineering, groundworks, utilities, demolition, scaffolding, builders, architects, and builders merchants. Setting the agenda with news, analysis, campaigns, training, new products to the market, recruitment and anything that helps shape the future building and help to do business in our region … Read more