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HireQuip Reopens its New Lynn Branch, Auckland

HireQuip Reopens its New Lynn Branch, Auckland

HireQuip are pleased to advise you that they're back and have reopened their branch in New Lynn in west Auckland, effective the 1st of March 2012.

Headed up by Trevor McCoid and assisted by an experienced team the New Lynn Branch is fully operational as of today!

Positive customer surveys providing "Please Come Back" requests along with the increased work opportunities appearing in West Auckland are two key reasons for the return of HireQuip to New Lynn. Situated in a handy location providing easy access at 3015 Great North Road, it assures its customers of safe high quality equipment available for hire; ranging from light tooling, access equipment through to heavy earth moving construction equipment.

This business re-establishment forms part of our future growth strategy to further service and support our broad range of customers and whether you're a DIY, Trade or Contractor HireQuip's committed team at the New Lynn branch will be able to assist you in supplying the solution to complete the job.

To celebrate our opening we're offering a FREE rugby ball to the first 200 customers hiring from our New Lynn Branch and in addition to this all hires for the month of March go into the draw to win 1 of 4 Super Rugby Jerseys of your choice.

If we don't see you beforehand come and meet the team on Saturday the 10th of March from 8am - 1pm at the 'Open Day' with food and beverages supplied.

Look forward to seeing you soon!


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