Holden Plant Rentals Latest News
Limerick City Council has awarded the contract for provision of Street Cleaning Services in the North-West Environs to Holden Plant Rentals.
The operators of the Luas Tram System in Dublin Alstom have awarded the Contract for the Specalist Tram Line Sweeper to Holden Plant Rentals.The specalist machine which was built by SCHORLING RAIL TECH GmbH Hannover Germany was commisioned by the Railway Procurement Agency following an EU tender competition and is due for deliver January 2010.
Waterford City Council has awarded the contract to supply its heavy specialist equipment fleet to Holden Plant Rentals following a tender competition.
Following the collapse of James Dunne Autos Volkswagen Dealership In Santry, Dublin. Holden Plant Rentals has purchasaed the Contracts and Assets of the Company from reciever Friel Stafford.
Holden Plant Rentals has won the Contract to supply Dublin City Council with its Road Sweeper and Compact Sweeper requirment on a 5 year contract following a major tendering competition. The contract includes full maintenance and replacement wear parts.
Following the recent collapse of Irish Sweeper Services business in Dublin and Cork, Holden Plant Rentals has purchased the business and contracts from the liquidator Grant Thornton.
Holden Plant Rentals was awarded the contract to supply Cork City Council with its entire Road Sweeper fleet and Refuse Truck fleet following a tender competition earlier this year.
Dundalk Town Council has awarded Holden Plant Rentals the contract for Street Cleaning. The award follows a major tendering competition earlier this year and commenses on July 1st 2009.
Limerick City Council has awarded Holden Plant Rentals the supply contract with maintenance for its Compact Sweeper fleet.The equipment is to be supplied in Limerick City Livery and colours.
Holden Plant Rentals has been awarded the Contract to supply Galway City Council with its entire Refuse Truck Fleet. The contract is to run for 5 years and it includes a range of different types of Refuse Trucks. all Trucks are to be fitted with GPS pay by-weight bin identity and weighing system. The first trucks are expected to enter service in September.
Holden Plant Rentals has won the contract to supply Wexford County Council with its new refuse fleet on a lease with maintenance contract. The contract is to run for 5 years with option to renew. The vehicles are Volvo FM9 chassis with HEIL compactor and Terberg Omni-del lifters. The fleet is to be based half in Wexford and the other half in Enniscorthy.
Waterford City Council has awarded the contract for emptying, jetting, surveying and reporting to Holden Plant. The work will be carried out using Whale tankers ftted with High Pressure Jetting Equipment, and CCTV Crawler Cameras as required.Also the work involves reporting and surveying all the gullies in the City.