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NEW SITE, FACILITIES FOR HIRE SPECIALIST

06-08-2019
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Kennards Hire Port Hedland has moved to a new, purpose-built site to house an even larger range of gear to support its customers. Custom-built on 5000m2 of land next to the town’s iconic Big Wheelbarrow, the new building is fully stocked with an extensive range of equipment to help customers with their projects, whether big or small.

The new site also allows a convenient drive-through facility. Customers can load and unload their equipment undercover, away from the harsh elements, and the high roof allows for most service trucks to access the loading zone. With a yard more than double the size of the previous site, customers can expect a smoother and safer flow of traffic during peak times when picking up or dropping off equipment.

There is a strong demand for high-quality equipment in the region. Kennards stocks a vast range of specialist gear, including mine shut-down equipment like 85 and 190L/s air compressors, air vantage and vantage welders with LN25 wire feeder attachments, 5kVA to 100kVA generators and concrete-cutting equipment, just to name a few. Not only that, it also has a wide variety of general equipment so customers can pick up all the gear they need for their DIY projects.

Branch Manager, Dylan Moebius, says, “We are extremely proud to be here in Port Hedland and are keen to continue building our business here. We’re always looking for ways to improve our branch network. Our brand new, purpose-built site means we can help customers more efficiently and effortlessly, regardless of their project or needs.

“As an official partner of the West Coast Eagles and sponsors of the South Hedland Swans Football Club, we love to throw our support behind the community whenever the opportunity arises. Our team has provided gear to a number of initiatives and events over the years like the Hedland BMX regional competition, Royal Flying Doctor Service Christmas fundraiser and Port Hedland Chamber of Commerce.”

Kennards Hire
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www.kennards.com.au

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