MHM Plant, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of power generation, solar-hybrid-generators, fuel storage, lighting towers, engine drive welders and product related accessories are celebrating being chosen as finalists in three individual categories in the forthcoming Hire Association Europe Hire Awards of Excellence.
The panel of judges have placed the new MHM Baby-Lite LED4 Lighting Tower in the final of Hire Industry Product of the Year section and MHM’s Hire Desk and Office Manager, Bethan Jones, joins four contemporaries in the Hire Manager of the Year of the category.
Finally, Leonie Morris, MHM Plant’s youngest team member, has been selected in a three person contest in the final of Apprentice of the Year.
The awards will be announced at a gala dinner hosted by Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton du Beke at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel on 13th April 2019.
Commenting on these successes, Mat Llewellyn, MHM’s managing director said, “We are absolutely delighted and honoured to be finalists in three categories. This exceeded our expectations. To have our hire manager and workshop apprentice both vying for the top award is a testament to their skills and hard work. Whatever the final outcome is, we can be immensely proud of their achievements.”
The MHM Baby-Lite LED4 lighting tower is amongst a strong line up for Hire Industry Product of the Year. This lighting innovation was launched in 2018 and is already proven to be popular with hire firms that have clients that need sustainable LED lighting in areas where traditional large lighting sets are not an option.
The Hire Association Europe is the industry-leading trade association for the plant and tool hire sector. They serve over 800 members across the world, providing insurance services, legal advice, training, publicity, safety checks, leaflets, lobbying and much more.
MHM Plant was incorporated in February 2010 and they currently operate from two locations. MHM West is located in South Wales and MHM North in Coatbridge, Scotland. A London depot, MHM South, is currently under development.