Beaver 84 moves to super depot
Equipment hire firm Beaver 84 has merged two of its busiest southern depots into a new super depot.
Beaver 84’s depots in Romsey and Guildford have been combined into its largest depot yet, in Bordon, Hampshire.
The new site at Bordon will offer the company twice the space of Romsey and Guildford depots combined. The new location at Prince Phillip Barracks also benefits a bypass currently under construction around Borden.
Beaver 84 specialises in the hire of fencing, scaffolding, shoring and other non-mechanical construction equipment.
“This is an exciting time for Beaver 84 as the additional space will enable us to expand our business over the coming years,” said managing director Steve Tysoe. “The new 2.5 acre site will mean that we can grow our stock levels to offer our full range of products to the construction industry and reach more customers across the southern region, where previously we were somewhat restricted due to lack of space.”
He added: “We are delighted to say that the hardworking dedicated teams from both depots will be making the switch to the joint site under the leadership of branch manager Helen Jones.”
The merger means that Beaver 84 now has 10 branches throughout the UK, plus its head office in Wickford, Essex as well as its subsidiary, Star Events Ltd, which the company acquired in 2014.
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This article was published on 2 Mar 2017 (last updated on 2 Mar 2017).