By David Kitchenham Friday, 11th February 2022 0 Comments Milwaukee and Speedy Hire announce a UK exclusivity deal MILWAUKEE and Speedy Hire are delighted to announce an exclusivity deal within the UK hire industry on the MX Fuel product range. The deal means that Milwaukee will only supply cordless low carbon MX equipment for hire in the UK to Speedy. In 2021, Speedy became the first hire provider in the UK to significantly invest in the battery powered MX Fuel Tower Light, a game changer for the industry introducing high-performance, cordless lighting with zero emissions. Speedy will now invest across the low carbon MX Fuel product range including the demolition hammer, cut off saw and diamond core drill. Speedy will become the sole hire destination in the UK for this cutting-edge product range. Dale McElveen, General Manager at Milwaukee, said: “Contractors require equipment that supports them in meeting client carbon emission targets as the industry moves towards net zero, while ensuring they deliver their projects safely, on budget and on time with no compromise on productivity. “Our new MX Fuel range is designed to help businesses meet these priorities with a zero-emission operation, low running costs and reduced vibration exposure. With its UK-wide network of service centres and delivery networks, Speedy is now the exclusive hire destination for MX Fuel. We look forward to working even closer together to deliver more sustainable products for their customers.” Russell Down, Chief Executive at Speedy Hire plc, added: “Milwaukee’s MX Fuel range is market leading and will help Speedy and our customers in the move to zero carbon. We are delighted to be the exclusive provider of this equipment in the UK hire market and look forward to working together with Milwaukee to provide more innovation into our equipment range over the years ahead.” Post navigation Previous Post Sandvik launches CRIBWISE SaaS tooling inventory management technology Next Post How satisfied are the nation’s sparkies? David Kitchenham Tool loving geek and tech head from PAL Media. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.