TJC Sales Ltd has completed a significant order for the new Wacker Neuson DV60 and DV90 Dual View Trucks from P Flannery Plant Hire (Oval) Ltd. The hire company was the first to place its order with TJC Sales last year following the launch of the new machines at Hillhead 2018.
P Flannery Plant Hire (Oval) Ltd, a long-standing customer of TJC Sales, is now in receipt of a brand-new fleet of Dual View Trucks demonstrating its commitment to the operator and construction site safety. The Dual View Truck exceeds safety standards and has recently been awarded the Plantworx 2019 Gold Award for Safety Innovation.
The Dual View Truck allows the operator to conveniently and quickly change the seat position through a 180-degree rotation of the entire operating and seat console. Because the machine can be driven both ways, it reduces the need to reverse on site and the operator has full visibility during transportation, loading and unloading.
The Wacker Neuson DV model series comes with many features as standard: rear camera, air con, full road light kit, green seat belt beacon, hi-vis steps and grab rails. In addition, TJC Sales has retrofitted Flannery’s machines with front cameras, collision avoidance systems, auto lube automated greasing systems, track unit asset management and smart operation telematics.
Colin Moss, Sales Director, TJC Sales.
“P Flannery Plant Hire (Oval) is one of the largest providers of operated and self-drive plant in the UK. They immediately recognised the superior safety standards of the Dual View Trucks and were the first to place an order with TJC Sales. We are delighted that we could fulfil every aspect of this order right down to branding each of the machines in Flannery’s livery,”
Patrick Flannery, Managing Director, P Flannery Plant Hire (Oval).
“We aspire to lead the way in the equipment hire industry and feel strongly that the best way to do this is keep people safe and embrace innovation and change as it comes along. We are committed to phasing out forward tipping larger dumpers and see this innovation as the start of that process.”