B&B Attachments hire fleet has increased

25th June 2015

Logistics BusinessB&B Attachments hire fleet has increased

Attachment company grows fleet to ensure it provides exceptional service…

B&B Attachments, based in Northumberland, England, is the leading independent supplier of forklift truck attachments, with customers spanning the globe.

Established in 1980, B&B provides products from leading manufacturers, such as KAUP, Liftek and MoTec, whilst also designing and manufacturing bespoke, specialist attachments in-house for customers with unique requirements.

B&B has invested ?720k into its new 40,000 sq. ft. Cramlington facility, purchasing new machinery and adding to its workforce. This investment has also allowed the company’s hire fleet to expand significantly, with over 2,500 attachments available through its European network. The B&B newly-expanded hire division holds a large and comprehensive range of products, with dedicated sales and service teams, providing full technical back up and support to its hire fleet. All attachments are available on flexible long or short term hire agreements to suit the hirer’s need, whether the requirement is a week, a month or a year.

B&B has an extensive range of attachments, including – paper roll clamps, double pallet handlers, keg clamps, carton clamps, bale clamps, push pull devices, rotators, sideshifts, crane jibs, carpet booms and brick and block clamps. These attachments offer a variety of material handling solutions to an array of industry sectors, including construction, brewing, paper handling and logistics.

Sally Morton, Hire Controller at B&B Attachments comments, “We are extremely excited about the growth of our hire division. This growth ensures our attachments are readily available for our customers’ requirements. This month, we’ve added a significant number of new attachments to our range, taking us up to a 2,500 piece fleet, which is fantastic. I’m delighted, as we are able to supply a wider and more extensive selection of equipment than ever before.”