Sunbelt Rentals UK opens Scotland Depot

Sunbelt rentals transport carrier Photo: Sunbelt Rentals

Equipment rental company Sunbelt Rentals UK has opened a new depot in Inverness, Scotland.

According to the company, the depot will hold plant, tools, powered access, utilities, and traffic management equipment and will enable it to serve the areas of Moray, Scottish Highlands and Inverness.

On a wider scale, the company says the depot will help to support its commitment to reduce its emissions across its operations and contribute to an environmentally friendly way of working.

Douglas Smith, sales director for Scotland, Sunbelt Rentals, said, “We’re excited to open our new depot in Inverness to provide our customers in the region with a full Sunbelt Rentals solution. This larger space allows us to offer our customers a full 360 solution and reflects our dedication to supporting our customers’ evolving needs of sustainable products.”

Sunbelt, which is owned by Ashtead Group, has more than 200 depots across the UK and employs more than 3,700 members of staff.

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