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Navan Hire And Hardware Purchase 18 New Cat Mini Excavators

Wednesday, June 18 th, 2014

County Meath-based equipment specialist Navan Hire and Hardware has purchased eighteen new Cat® mini hydraulic excavators, to boost its plant hire offering to customers.

The new fleet of Cat mini hydraulic excavators include Cat 300.9D, Cat 301.7D, Cat 302.7D,
Cat 305.5E, Cat 308E and Cat 312E models. The latest investment by the company will see its customers benefit from being able to hire a range of high performing machines that can be matched specific site needs.

Commenting on the deal Brendan Donegan, Managing Director of Navan Hire and Hardware, said: “The investment we have made represents our trust in Finning and Cat equipment. The new range of mini hydraulic excavators will allow us to provide our customers with easily transportable machines that will enable operators to complete work quicker and more efficiently”.

“Due to the nature of our business, we cater for customers across different industries and applications. It’s important that our plant hire offering is varied and robust enough to meet the demands of working in highly abrasive and challenging environments. We’re confident that these machines will be popular with our customers, and there is potential for us to invest in more units in the future.”

The Cat range of mini hydraulic excavators are built with the operator in mind. They boast a spacious in-cab environment and ergonomic controls, with integrated auxiliary and swing boom functions, to keep the operator comfortable and reduce fatigue.

Norman Gearon, Finning Ireland Account Manager, added: “The popularity of mini hydraulic excavators in the industry is increasing and this deal represents a growing trend. The new machines offer great versatility and performance will help customers reduce their operating costs over time.”

As part of the deal Navan Hire and Hardware will be supported by the Finning branch network across Ireland, so no matter where the machines are operating, they will be supported by Finning Engineers.