GAP Hire Solutions, the UK’s leading independent equipment hirer, has launched a new initiative which offers a selection of the company’s 100 most frequently hired products available quickly and delivered efficiently.
The 100 Club includes products from their Plant & Tool Hire, Lifting Hire & Sales, Non-Mechanical Plant, Survey & Safety and Welfare Services divisions which are located throughout the UK.
Launching the new initiative, GAP’s Joint Managing Director’s Douglas and Iain Anderson spoke positively about the benefits for customers.
Iain commented, ‘We understand that for our customers, time is money and we seek to provide the best equipment efficiently. The 100 Club will give our customers across the UK unrivalled access to tools and products from our specialist divisions without the worry and hassle as we will deliver the equipment straight to them, meaning they can focus on getting the job done.’
Douglas added, ‘We are delighted to launch the 100 Club. Our aim is to be the UK’s most innovative hire solutions provider and the 100 Club will help us work towards this. The benefit of being an independent business is that we are able to make our own decisions. Managers have the autonomy to manage and purchase stock of the 100 Club ensuring availability and the latest products. Our focus has always been on providing our customers with the solutions that suit them best.’
The 100 Club supersedes the former Top 50 Tools offer and is a reflection on how GAP has evolved to offer their customers a diverse range of products. A wide range of tools such as breakers, pokers, generators and drills are still available but they have extended their offer to include items such as welfare units and portable toilets from GAP’s Welfare Services division; scaffold hoists, stone magnets and conveyors from Lifting Hire & Sales; robotic total stations and standard survey kit such as CAT detectors from Survey & Safety Hire, and road plates from GAP Non-Mechanical Plant hire. GAP is currently the biggest hirer of road plates in the UK.