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Kennards powers up new generators branch

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Kennards Hire  has established a new branch dedicated to hiring generators.   Trailer-mounted 100kVA and 60kVA units are among temporary power solutions on offer from Kennards Generators in Perth.  

The outlet has a large quantity of generators which arrived from Italy in July, consisting of 20kVA, 45kVA, 60kVA and 100kVA units.   Kennards Generators says that while other suppliers deliver 100kVA and 60kVA units by tilt-tray truck, it has them available on trailers for pick-up or fast delivery at an economical rate.  

The new branch, which operates from the Kennards Rockingham site at 77 Dixon Road, can provide equipment for various needs, including power network support, construction, mining, local government, armed forces and events.  

Assistance can also be provided to hospitals, hotels, restaurants, schools, shipping, data storage companies and other facilities and organisations.  

Kennards Generators is headed up by Dean Groves, a former senior manager with Aggreko UK, who moved to Australia to take on the role.  

Dean’s 15 years of experience in the hire industry includes dealing with critical power failures, managing generator support for renewal projects, overseeing safety regulations and developing generator fleets.

“In keeping with Kennards’ reputation, we will be striving to provide not only top quality equipment but also great customer service,” he said.  

“Because most of our generators are new, customers are also assured of greater reliability and dependability.”

Dean said the trailer method of delivery for the 100kVA and 60kVA units meant the branch could respond quickly and be very competitive when quoting.
“This has already helped us secure a number of events from organisations such as Curtin University, City of Rockingham and the Shire of Northam,” he added.

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