About Stott Plant Hire Ltd
Stott Plant Hire Ltd is an independent, privately owned concrete pumping company based in Wigan in the Northwest of England and situated at the heart of the UK road network. Founded by Dean Stott who has over 15 years in the concrete pumping business, the company has expanded steadily and now operates a fleet of Putzmeister and Cifa mobile pumps. Chosen for their build quality and reliability these mobile pumps help Stott Plant Hire to deliver the highest quality of service to our customers.
Promoting an ethos of safety throughout the company.
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Stott Plant Hire has launched its new website so as to provide customers with a more informative and responsive search experience.
Dean Stott, Managing Director of Stott Plant Hire said: “I do so much business on the phone now whether that is talking to people or, increasingly commonly, online. I know our customers are the same. The need to access information quickly and clearly is key and so I was keen for our new website to reflect that. Our customers tell me that they like working with us because we make their job that bit easier. Our website is the first port of call for so many of our customers and I wanted it to be easily navigable and provide them with the information they need to decide if we can help them. It is why the information about our pumps is in its own section and why we also detail what is involved in the concrete pumping process so that customers are aware of what is needed when they decide to work with Stott Plant Hire.”
Stott Plant Hire lands Forth Bridge Crossing contract
Wigan based Stott Plant Hire has landed the concrete pumping contract on Scotland’s £1.4billion Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC) project.
Dean Stott, Managing Director of Stott Plant Hire commented: “The Forth Replacement Crossing project represents a significant win for us at Stott. It is a high profile project and we are pleased to have been chosen in what was a competitive bid process. Our range of mobile concrete pumps means we can run a 72 hour continuous pour and adapt easily to the requirements of such a large project. The Forth Bridge will be amazing when it is finished and we are proud to have played a part in its construction.”