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Groundforce adds to depots

Excavation support specialist Groundforce has opened two new hire depots to expand its services in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

“We have found our customer base signicantly increasing in both these regions, and we felt we needed to respond to this growth,” said Groundforce managing director Simon Littlewood. “Both of these new locations will offer our customers a complete one-stop-shop for the widest ranging and modern fleet of equipment available, for shoring excavations, trenchless pipe installation and testing pipes.”

The new Scottish depot is located in Dyce near Aberdeen to improve its operations in the north and support the existing Coatsbridge depot in Glasgow which will continue to serve the south of Scotland.

Groundforce set up a depot in Portlaoise near Dublin seven years ago and the new site at Lisburn is aimed at meeting demand from the Northern Ireland market more effectively.

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