GROUNDFORCE has announced the business has invested in new premises in Ireland to support further growth.
The equipment rental giant has taken over a three-acre site in Mountmellick, County Laois, which is double the size of the previous depot.
Groundforce said the extra space will allow the firm to stock more equipment, including the larger-capacity hydraulic struts, Larsen sheet piles and piling attachments. Products from the recently launched pile cropping equipment range are also available.
The facility features a dedicated painting booth, two dispatch areas and double wash bay.
Groundforce general manager Joseph Lenihan said, “At Groundforce, delivering top-class customer service is at the core of our business model. This drive, combined with our continued investment in new equipment and technical services, allows us to deliver advanced solutions to our ever growing and loyal customer base.
“The relocation will allow us to build on the success we have achieved over the past 12 years and allow the business to expand its product range and stock holdings while providing better facilities for our customers and dedicated staff.”