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Kiverco appoint new UK hire partner

Finlay Hire add Kiverco mobile compact plant range to their rental equipment fleet

KIVERCO have announced the appointment of Finlay Hire, part of the Finlay Group of companies, as a new licensed hire specialist with responsibility for leasing the recently introduced Kiverco mobile compact range throughout England and Wales. 

With its easy functionality and fast set-up time, the recycling plant range has been specially designed to provide an alternative to traditional ways of processing waste. Designed for small- and medium-size operators/contractors, the Kiverco line includes: a feeder trommel; a picking station; and a density separator – all providing the benefits of a high-performance static plant.

The plant is capable of processing waste materials up to 150 cubic metres per hour and for operational flexibility, modular components can be selected, along with a range of options and configurations, to provide a bespoke solution for waste processors. With the added advantage of mobility across the compact plant range, relocation is made easy and the processing equipment can be operated within a few hours of it arriving on site.

John Lines, sales and marketing director for Kiverco, said: ‘We’re delighted with the agreement with Finlay Hire to offer the new Kiverco compact product range for hire throughout England and Wales. Finlay Hire has a great reputation for rental to many businesses in the waste and recycling industries and the latest addition of equipment extends their product offering for these sectors.’

Dave Statham, managing director of Finlay Group, said: ‘The Kiverco equipment range represents a fantastic opportunity for us to better serve our customers in the waste and recycling industries with a product offering excellent flexibility. It is ideally suited for the Finlay Hire business and perfectly complements the other products in our portfolio.’

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