FLG Services – the UK’s largest dedicated lifting and safety provider - has invested in a new super-size service centre at Hillington Park in Glasgow.
Mental health and physical well-being are among the key themes for A-Plant’s 2017 Safety Week starting today.
A-Plant's lifting and safety equipment division, FLG Services, has launched its very first engineering apprenticeship programme, and the first eight recruits have been selected.
FLG Services is helping the construction sector enhance its provision of on-site life saving equipment.
Following A-Plant’s purchase of Interlift’s trade and assets from EY, the administrators of Hewden in November 2016, A-Plant announces the Interlift operation has been re-branded and integrated into A-Plant’s FLG Services business, creating the UK’s largest dedicated lifting and safety provider.
Welcome to the second issue of Interact, our customer newsletter. A-Plant now has 16 divisions providing equipment solutions across all sectors and in this issue, we have shared some stories of our teams in action, whether this be our presence at Plantworx, the launch of our new BIM library or demonstrating our commitment to collaborating with our customers on major projects, there is something for everyone.
A-Plant, the UK’s leading equipment rental company and part of FTSE 100 company Ashtead Group plc has become an accredited Real Living Wage (RLW) employer. This will lead to salary increases for over 700 employees across the A-Plant business.
Equipment hire company A-Plant has been named as one of the UK’s leading companies for providing apprenticeships. The firm, which has 150 apprentices amongst its 3,300-strong workforce, has been featured in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer List and is the only major hire company to make this listing.
We have launched a new dedicated recruitment website intended for all potential candidates who are interested in a career at the largest equipment rental company in the UK.
Ashtead Group plc announces that its UK business, A-Plant, has today acquired certain assets from EY, the administrator of Hewden, for a cash consideration of £29m. The assets acquired comprise the powered access and power generation fleet of Hewden, five "on-site" depots which service major petrochemical customers, the Interlift lifting and materials handling business and the Hewden brand name. Alongside the asset purchase a number of Hewden's employees will be joining the A-Plant business.