West Midlands based Greenpower Plant, along with their sister tool hire firm Hirelink UK have been steadily increasing their respective fleets of power generator products manufactured by the leading supplier, MHM Plant.

Greenpower Plant which boasts an extensive hire fleet of JCB machinery and power access equipment have
increased their line of power generation products to encompass a power band between 10 to 100kVA. Hirelink
UK, which principally serves the small plant and tool hire markets, have a large collection of power generators up to 8kVA. During the summer months, Hirelink UK is a renowned hirer of generators to outdoor festivals throughout the UK.

Both companies are headed by David Green.

“Running a small plant hire company and also a heavy plant hire company together means that I get all sorts of suppliers seeking a chance to use their products,” says Green. “The truth is we are very loyal; I have no need to use other suppliers whilst I am happy with MHM and, more importantly, my customers are happy. This means we can concentrate on other aspects of the business which need looking after, rather than worrying about generators and associated products.”

Greenpower Plant recently secured an order from a well-known housebuilder working in London. Greenpower
Plant supplied them with several brand new 100kVA sets to supply the power to this project.

“We have agreed to supply this particular house builder with brand new generators every two years,” says Green. “We won this contract over other hire companies as we offered a free weekly site visit to ensure
generators are working efficiently.”

Greenpower Plant and Hirelink UK are more than satisfied with the MHM products. They confirmed that they
have found that MHM to be a trusted manufacturer with a “fantastic” back-up service.

“It’s inevitable that things sometimes do go wrong on site. But even if it’s 4.00pm on a Friday, we know if we call MHM it is always dealt with. Plus being able to call Mat, their managing director, at any time to deal with a problem is also a massive plus.”