telehandler hire. 6m, 3ton for 6 months.

newholland

Member
Location
England
Is there anybody on here doing long term telehandler hire? or maybe there is a an arable type farm who wants to hire their telehandler out over the winter?

1st oct - 1st march for 500 hrs use.
6m, 3ton.
Don't mind what colour - we have good dealer contacts for most machine manufacturers.
Basic spec - we don't need pick up hitch, air con or any attachments etc.
Test certificate
JCB industrial headstock with hydraulic pins ( adaptor plate maybe)
It wont be used on the road as such.

We will grease it as per your instructions, put diesel in the tank, pay for accident damage and insure it. We will pressure wash it to perfection at hire end.

You pay for servicing, tyre wear, delivery / collection. We will also negotiate by prior agreement what happens if she breaks down on Christmas morning....

What is the best price you can do?

Please PM. Located in Herefordshire and machine will be driven by farm owners only (no staff)
 
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An Gof

Member
Location
Cornwall
Is there anybody on here doing long term telehandler hire? or maybe there is a an arable type farm who wants to hire their telehandler out over the winter?

1st oct - 1st march for 500 hrs use.
6m, 3ton.
Don't mind what colour - we have good dealer contacts for most machine manufacturers.
Basic spec - we don't need pick up hitch, air con or any attachments etc.
Test certificate
JCB industrial headstock with hydraulic pins ( adaptor plate maybe)
It wont be used on the road as such.

We will grease it as per your instructions, put diesel in the tank, pay for accident damage and insure it. We will pressure wash it to perfection at hire end.

You pay for servicing, tyre wear, delivery / collection. We will also negotiate by prior agreement what happens if she breaks down on Christmas morning....

What is the best price you can do?

Please PM. Located in Herefordshire and machine will be driven by farm owners only (no staff)
Try these

http://www.whbond.co.uk/plant-hire/telescopic-handlers/
 

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