Monthly insight into SFL Mobile Radio’s hire desk

Two way radios

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Posted 20 October 2015

Hiring a two-way radio system is a fantastic way of utilising the most advanced radio equipment on the market for a required period, without the substantial capital expenditure.

Here’s an insight into some of the jobs we’ve taken on our hire desk this month and the companies we work with.

Electrium UK in Manchester are manufacturers of electrical wiring accessories, circuit protection, cable management, control equipment and power cordsets. To comply with health and safety requirements and to offer staff essential communication with security the company has ordered digital radios complete with a man down system to ensure staff safety when working varied shifts patterns.

Local company Bagnall and Morris Waste offers waste recycling and secure shredding for businesses. They have increased their radio hire to 11 handsets for an additional unit at a Trafford Park site, in Manchester to accommodate expanding contracts.

Global RadioData Communications develops and supplies mission critical communication products and solutions, including the provision of command and control, satellite, tracking, computing and intelligence systems. The company ordered 25 DP4400 Motorola digital radios and 10 vehicle digital mobile radios which were delivered to their Hereford site for use in a Government contract.

Promotion Hire in London specialises in  technology, 4K, HD, motion control, cameras, sound, lighting, lenses, grips and a host of accessories to compliment them all. They ordered 12 digtal radios to replace existing analogue radio systems complete with accessories.

CSM Bakery Solutions in Bromborough is an international leader in the baking industry, producing one of the industry’s broadest ranges of products for customers in more than 100 countries. The company ordered a digital radio system with repeater and fixed antenna and handsets to cover their factory operations and cold storage unit.

Construction and building company Renaker Build, Manchester, has ordered two digital crane radio systems to work along side each other for the re-development of its Water Street site in Manchester. SFL hand delivers and fits the radio systems to the crane.

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