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Fairfax Plant Hire expands fleet of popular Kubota excavators

Yorkshire-based plant and tool hire company, Fairfax Plant Hire, has expanded its range of Kubota vehicles following the recent delivery of twenty highly versatile KX71-3 mini-excavators and two micro U10-3 zero-tail swing mini-excavators.

The order from Venco Plant Hire in Hull has taken the number of Kubota excavators in Fairfax’s hire fleet up to 100 in total, providing customers with a wide array of the latest models to choose from in the brand.

The excavators are being used within the construction and civil engineering sectors on a range of projects, including house building, highways, power stations and sports pitches. The KX71-3 is capable of delivering the largest digging depth and reach of any mini-excavators in its 3 tonne weight category.

Matthew Love, Plant Director at Fairfax Plant Hire said: “Kubota excavators are easy to operate and offer enhanced force on both arm and bucket digging. As a hire company, we have used Kubota machinery time and time again as we have always found them to be a reliable and cost effective choice for operators.

“We have received a lot of very positive feedback on the new Kubota machinery and we are happy to run them in our hire fleet where they are tested thoroughly before being passed on to end users.

“As a company, it is vital for us to supply our customers with the latest and most competitively priced machinery on the market, which is why we have invested a great deal in Kubota over the years as the brand has always delivered on our specific requirements.”

Kubota’s excavators are universally known and respected for their versatile features and ability to provide impressive lifting power and enhanced operator protection when performing the toughest of tasks.

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