Kitchin Plant Hire has been operating in York for more than 14 years, and is using a Remu crossover (XO) bucket for the first time, which has been customised through Worsley Plant.
The bucket is a new concept in the construction machinery attachment sector, offering a choice of modules for different applications.
Kitchin is using the XO initially with the screener module because it will allow the screening of soil and aggregates on-site. The crossover design offers the ability to change over modules – an attractive proposition for the company allowing it to invest in other modules in the future.
Owner Ollie Kitchin said: “I needed to make a worthwhile investment. The crossover bucket will allow me to save time and money on-site, while recycling materials rather than taking them to landfill or buying them in.”