PRESS RELEASE: Himonisa Recognised By Hire Association Europe (HAE) As A Hire Industry Trusted Supplier
HIMOINSA Power Solutions Ltd., the HIMOINSA subsidiary in the United Kingdom, has been recognised by Hire Association Europe as a “Hire Industry Trusted Supplier” (HITS) for its environmental, quality and safety policies.
Hire Association Europe is a leading hire industry body based in Birmingham (UK). Since 1974 the association has assisted businesses by providing operational resources to support the hire industry. HIMOINSA Power Solutions Ltd., (HPS) joined the association in 2018 and provides power generation solutions, generator sets and lighting towers to all the organisation's members.
GRAHAM ARUNDELL, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF HIRE ASSOCIATION EUROPE
"BEING AWARDED HITS STATUS IS NOT JUST ABOUT SUPPLY DEMANDS, BUT IS ALSO INTENDED TO PROVIDE ASSISTANCE BY MEANS OF ADVICE AND GUIDANCE. THIS ASSESSMENT ANALYSES THE CAPACITY OF PROVIDERS TO DEAL WITH INCREASES IN DEMAND, SO PRODUCTIVITY, EFFICIENCY AND RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT ARE EVALUATED…."
CLIVE DIX, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF HPS, WELCOMED THIS AWARD.
“HIMOINSA is very grateful to receive HITS accreditation, as this award shows that HIMOINSA is recognised as a responsible, high-quality manufacturer. The company strives to manufacture leading products with low environmental impact both in the manufacturing process and during use by the end user. We look forward to working closely with HAE and EHA members.”
HIMOINSA has a wealth of experience in manufacturing generator sets for the rental industry. It has recently developed new product ranges that offer low noise emissions and feature technical specifications designed to meet the needs of rental companies; generator sets that are easy to operate, with better performance in terms of noise, ATB and transportability, which offer lower running costs and can include a special kit for remote management.
The company remains strongly committed to developing new products and is currently working tirelessly on designing and developing Stage V generators to comply with European emissions legislation.