Forklifts Hire in Jamestown, SA 5941

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14th August 2018

York Civil will cease trading immediately, all 188 employees made redundant

York Civil, a major construction and engineering company, has ceased trading. This will leave all 188 of their employees out of work. The company advised its employees and contractors that the company would cease trading in a meeting on Monday morning. This outcome has happened just a week after York Civil entered voluntary administration.

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28th June 2019

What is the right forklift for your job?

When you need to hire a forklift you normally know what you need it to do. Forklifts have a specific role that involves the lifting and transport of materials, generally on pallets. Forklifts are an essential item in commercial and industrial warehouses, event spaces, on worksites and anywhere where there is a large quantity of objects that humans cannot lift. There’s a range of forklifts for hire that are capable of completing work for jobs with materials less than 1 tonne in weight up to 50 tonnes in weight. Diesel forklifts for hire are capable of lift the most weight, although petrol forklifts for hire are still capable of lifting up to 20 tonne. Electric forklifts for hire are best suited to smaller jobs and can only lift up to 5 tonne.The traditional role of a forklift is transporting pallets of material in warehouses, either moving the pallets from storage to trucks or from trucks to storage. However in recent years the role of a forklift has expanded as is the types of sites they are used at. If you need materials lifted and relocated a forklift is an ideal hire for you. Here we’ve put together three questions that you should be able to answer when you call a forklift hire supplier.

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21st November 2019

South Australia to receive $415m in Infrastructure Spend. Here's how it will be spent.

As announced earlier this week, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has accelerated federal government spending on Australian infrastructure and construction projects. South Australia is the first state to strike a deal, with a $415 million infrastructure spend becoming available immediately.The South Australian economy will get a boost from the $415 million infrastructure package aiming to ease congestion and make regional roads safer. This package allows four infrastructure projects to commence, with an additional two projects provided with funds to speed up completion.

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