Nixon Hire turns to Trime’s green lights


Nixon Hire, one of the UK’s largest and leading site equipment providers, have invested in a large fleet of lighting towers supplied by the market leader in LED lighting, Trime UK Limited.

After carefully evaluating the range of LED lighting sets available in the current market, the company opted to purchase the Trime X-ECO LED sets. The Trime X-ECO LED is a compact, energy saving site lighting tower already popular with many rental firms and contractors. With sustainability at the core of its development, Trime have calculated that the X-ECO uses approximately £336.00 less in fuel each month, when compared to many traditionally illuminated lighting sets available.

Nixon Hire’s managing director, Graham Nixon commented, “We looked at several different makes and models of lighting towers, but we decided that the Trime X-ECO LED had all the features and benefits that would help to ensure that our hire fleet is kept in line with present day demands for green products. The lights are a great addition to our existing eco product range.”

The Trime X-ECO LED sets have already been delivered and distributed around the Nixon Hire depots from the Highlands of Scotland to Nottingham in the East Midlands. The X-ECO lights will be hired to a range of customers including site contractors, highway projects and on outside events.

Founded in 1967, Nixon Hire is a family-run business employing nearly 500 people across an ever-expanding depot network. With over 50 years of experience they supply plant equipment, tools, site accommodation, welfare facilities and portable toilet products alongside associated services. Nixon Hire currently has 13 depots in the north of England and throughout Scotland.

Likewise, the Trime Group can also boast over 50 years of experience in the development and marketing of environmentally sustainable lighting sets for the construction and rental markets. Trime UK is headquartered in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire; their manufacturing plant is based near Milan, Italy.


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