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Skip Diving – Is this legal?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 23rd April 2018

Skip Diving - Is this legal?

We’ve all heard the saying “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, But does this mean it’s okay for someone to go rummaging through skips? English Law states: “A person commits theft if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it”. Meaning if you don't check with the owners before skip diving, you could land yourself in a pickle. But why would they be bothered you ask? You’d assume that if someone has put things into a skip, it’s because they no longer want those items, whether it be bricks, furniture,…

Plant, Machinery, Tools and Equipment Security

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: 3rd June 2019

Plant, Machinery, Tools and Equipment Security

Security of plant, equipment, machinery or tools on a building sites or a medium to large construction site is a concern. Loss of tools is inconvenient and whilst a good insurance policy will replace tools, the down time affects your ability to keep a project on target for completion. Regardless of the type of equipment that is stolen these are not faceless crimes. In this article we discuss the problem of theft of machinery, plant, tools and equipment. What are the pitfalls, the consequences of such issues and discover ways to combat risk of theft. More importantly how to combat…

A Changing Economic Climate

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: 29th June 2018

A Changing Economic Climate

Not only is the Earth’s natural climate warming up, with the UK feeling the heat over the last week, but some major firms are also feeling the heat of the economic climate. It was recently announced Homebase is considering closing 80 stores throughout the UK, and this has been followed up by an announcement that up to 300 jobs will be cut at Homebase’s head office in Milton Keynes. Homebase’s rise and fall is testament to an unsteady and unpredictable UK economy, which has caused the closure of numerous high street stores in the UK retail sector. The uncertainty has…

Is there light at the end of the steel tunnel?

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Is there light at the end of the steel tunnel?

4,800 jobs have been saved after Tata Steel finalised the sale of its long products, including construction steel and railway tracks to Greybull Capital. The move, which will also help to restore the name of the steel industry, came after initial talks with Greybull in December 2015, before the Indian conglomerate decided they wanted to sell all of its UK businesses. The sale of the loss-making businesses includes plants in Lincolnshire, Scunthorpe, Teeside, York and Workington. The Indian company announced in a press release sent out last night, "Tata Steel UK today announced the completion of the sale of its…

Simon Dyer – Hire Desk Adviser Meet The Team Behind the Hire

Relevance: 33%      Posted on: 22nd November 2019

Simon Dyer – Hire Desk Adviser Meet The Team Behind the Hire

Simon Dyer – Hire Desk Adviser We are running a series of Meet the Team Posts. Continuing with another one of our Hire Desk Advisers – Simon Dyer. Giving you an insight into the people behind PAL Hire, the team who work with you day to day to provide the best possible hire experience.  Food: We’ve learnt something about our Simon…he loves his grub. And rightly so, Simon is a 6’2” unit of a man and as you will be aware, he needs to feed the machine. This is why Simon has a love of Fish and Chips…it is probably the…

JCB Hydradig – PAL Hire’s Star Product of the Month

Relevance: 33%      Posted on: 27th April 2018

JCB Hydradig - PAL Hire's Star Product of the Month

When something new comes onto the market, we don’t know what to think. It’s just a case of trailing and testing to see whether its all its cracked up to be. But when the ‘something new’ is just a re-invented version of something you’ve used hundreds of times before, your decision is likely to be made. Or so we thought. Described by JCB themselves as an “Engineering Masterpiece”, it is no wonder this truly innovative piece of machinery was chosen to be our star product of the week. The Hydradig is a first for visibility, a first for stability, a…

Working with PAL Hire Case Study – Al-Murad Tiles

Relevance: 33%      Posted on: 23rd May 2018

Working with PAL Hire Case Study - Al-Murad Tiles

Al-Murad is Britain’s largest independent ceramic tiles and natural stone importer and retailer, specializing in ceramic tiles and natural stone from all over the world including Spain, Turkey, and Italy. With many options to choose from including travertine, granite, marble, limestone, glass, porcelain, mosaic, slate, manmade stone and underfloor heating as well as top branded tile accessories, it’s not a surprise that they’re a much-loved choice with around 60 branches nationwide. Al-Murad buys large quantities straight from the manufacturer, meaning that they can pass on their savings to the customers. Not only this, but they will price match and give…

Donating Food to Our Local Food Bank

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: 19th February 2020

Donating Food to Our Local Food Bank

“We want to do something for our local community.” Explained Dan Daintry during a meeting “…all charities are important, but what is affecting our local community” he continued as he briefed me. Dan has been a director of PAL Hire Ltd for 12 years and seen the ebb and flow of life that business brings. One thing that has always remained true is the way the company is poised to look after its staff. There are countless stories of where Dan and his co-director Sam Snelson have really gone the extra mile for their team. That is normal for most…

Tips on Winter Plant, Machinery, Equipment and Tool Hire

Relevance: 22%      Posted on: 20th September 2019

Tips on Winter Plant, Machinery, Equipment and Tool Hire

Saving time and money... ...on Plant, Machinery, Equipment and Tool hire during the winter. When the cold spell begins to bite this year, you will need to be prepared with the right equipment on site. During this article we discuss just some of the sticking points to winter hire. What can be done to alleviate known winter issues on site and finally how consolidating your hire suppliers can save you time and money. Autumn officially begins on the 23rd of September this year, and it is a period of adjustment from the heady days of summer. We have had a…

Delivery and Haulage

Relevance: 22%      Posted on: 4th July 2018

Delivery and Haulage

When hiring plant, construction projects can sometimes go smoothly with no problems and other times there are a few delays. One of the biggest causes of delays are haulage and delivery issues as you’re in the hands of transport deities. One of PAL Hire’s main purposes as an entity is to resolve problems and we have created a team of individuals whose sole purpose in life is to eradicate delivery and haulage issues. There are several reasons as to why PAL Hire is an award-winning company: outstanding product offering, excellent product knowledge, and an ethos of wanting to go above…