To solidify their position as the UK’s largest supplier of portable accommodation, now and in the future, Elliott has placed an initial 60-unit order with Boss Cabins worth nearly £1.5 million.
This order is due to be the first of many in an investment programme to be rolled out over the next couple of years to increase the Elliott hire fleet and offer customers the latest cutting-edge technology.
Elliott has chosen the larger Canteen Space 16 unit produced by Boss Cabins which offers accommodation for up to 12 people with an internal layout unique to Boss which includes two tables rather than one for ease of access and to improve free movement within the cabin. Fitted with the ground-breaking Eco Ultimate electrical system and Redbox Infinity generator these units are the most fuel efficient mobile welfare units on the market with daily running costs from as little as £0.56 per day, and service intervals of 2000 hours on the generator. In addition, Elliott has opted for the units to be constructed out of 100% corrosion resistant stainless steel and fitted with a four ram lifting system and fresh water toilet, offering what they believe to be one of the highest specification mobile welfare units currently available for hire across the UK.
Elliott CEO, Lee Jon Newman, said, ‘After conducting a full review of the market and the models and options available, Boss Cabins offered us the most modern and advanced solutions currently available. Their unwavering passion and commitment to safety, service and innovation is very clear to see and very much aligned with the core values of Elliott.’
Boss Cabins Managing Director Matthew Wordsworth added, ‘In terms of the number of mobile welfare units sold annually we’ve been market leaders for a number of years now, but in terms of perception we’ve always placed second to our main competitor who’ve had the jump on us simply due to the time they’ve been in the market. This order from one of the UKs largest hirers of mobile welfare units is set to change this perception and highlight to companies currently not using Boss products what our existing customers have known for years.’
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