Hire industry sheds light on powerful partnership
Leading British manufacturer Morris Site Machinery will spotlight its growth in Australia as a key market plus its partnership with Access Service Australia at a major industry event.
The joint initiative will be on view at HIRE18, the Hire and Rental Industry Association Convention in Brisbane on 30-31 May. The company will be exhibiting four of its SMC lighting innovations including the Ultimate TL90 LED, TL55 Battery LED, SL80 Pallet Tower and TL60 Trolley with both of the latter featuring the revolutionary new HALO Softlite on Stand 71.
Morris Site Machinery chose Access Service Australia as its sales, service and aftersales partner for its renowned SMC lighting towers, which have been developed to meet Australia’s challenging temperature, terrain and stringent Health & Safety regulations.
International Business Director Phil Winnington said: “We have been exporting our SMC lighting towers to Australia for more than 14 years. It is an important market for us and we are constantly innovating to produce quality bespoke solutions to grow our business here.
“We are looking forward to (jointly) exhibiting at HIRE18 for the first time and demonstrating what we can offer, including our new HALO lamp, a powerful anti-glare next generation lamp head which is available on the latest range of SMC lighting towers.”
The company selected Access Service Australia as its trusted partner to ensure its Australian customers had top quality back-up at every level.
Access Service Australia prepare the machines for market offering sales, service, spares and repairs for all SMC machines. It has locations in Brisbane, Sydney, Newcastle, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra and now New Zealand.
The relationship between the two companies has grown with senior personnel visiting to and from both countries. A team from Morris Site Machinery also went to Access Service Australia’s Brisbane base especially to meet customers and demonstrate the latest lighting innovations.
The links with Australia have been developed over the years to understand the market, to listen and respond to its needs and manufacture machines that are built to perform in its different states and sectors.
Paul Sharples from Access Service Australia commented: “HIRE18 gives us a chance to announce our partnership with Morris Site Machinery to a wider audience. SMC lighting towers have a reputation for quality; we are delighted to be associated with them and to and deliver the best customer service and support they deserve.”
Morris Site Machinery in the UK is part of a fifth-generation family owned and run business group. It produces some of the World’s leading LED lighting towers. For more information visit www.morrismachinery.co.uk