Triton Hits The Bullseye With New Darts Sponsorship

Triton Tools will be throwing its name into the eyes of millions of sports fans across the world, after unveiling a high profile sponsorship with one of darts’ most successful players ever.

Company that featured in last month's magazine got fast results

Greater Manchester-based company Ostia Tools featured in July/August’s edition of ToolBusiness + Hire Magazine in a profile showing how the company recycled, revamped and resold old tool equipment – alleviating waste going to landfill.

Afterwards Ostia director Antony Cox, contacted us to tell us about the hugely positive response he received from the company feature within the magazine.

MIND THE GAP! TACKLING INDUSTRY AGE GAP IS KEY FOR HIRE INDUSTRY

Attracting the younger generation to careers in the tool, plant and equipment hire sector is the biggest challenge to businesses in the short to medium term says Hire Association Europe (HAE).

By raising the industry’s profile through its career programme, HAE hire leaders are aiming to counter balance an aging workforce (average age 50+) and potential skills crisis by encouraging young people to step up to the plate and equipping them with the skills needed for a sector supplying the operational resources and equipment to fulfil vital infrastructure contracts.

TIMco EXPANDS ITS CUSTOMER FACING TEAMS

TIMco, one of the UK’s largest independent wholesale suppliers of screws, fixings and power tools accessories, has extended their customer facing teams by welcoming five new employees including a new position for an existing member of staff; The new appointments will help TIMco serve its growing customer base and increased product ranges.

Richard Perkins returns to Keyline

Keyline has announced that Richard Perkins has returned to the business as its new Commercial Director following a move from sister-company BSS, where he had been serving as a Regional Director for the past two years.

Water safety and rescue training for Thames construction workers

Britain’s most renowned river expert is training construction workers along the Thames in London to help combat health and safety issues.

Ant Eddies-Davies, who runs Live the Adventure in Shropshire, has been tapped-up for his rescue skills, having previously trained everyone from international defence forces to emergency services in how to stay safe on the water.

Considerate Constructors Scheme announces 2017 monitoring Checklist

Considerate Constructors Scheme announces 2017 monitoring Checklist

New Checklist brings greater focus on key issues of:

  • tackling illegal workers
  • encouraging an improved road safety culture

 

London, United Kingdom, 6 January 2017: The Considerate Constructors Scheme - the national Scheme to improve the image of the construction industry - has announced a new Monitors’ Checklist.

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