Morris Site Machinery: Lighting up 2018
Morris Site Machinery will provide world-class machinery solutions to the hire industry as it debuts new products and lighting innovations at the 2018 Executive Hire Show.
Bringing its ‘innovation factory’ to the forefront of the industry, it aims to start the year with a bang as it launches a number of exciting new products.
2017 for Morris Site Machinery began with a new product development strategy which saw the introduction of a three-tier product range with Ultimate, Standard and Value propositions now available to meet every entry and price point.
Chris Morris CEO explained: “This has involved an intensive year of NPD enabling us to launch a range of exciting products this year - with further innovative models to be unveiled at this year’s Show.”
The raft of new products on display will include the revolutionary new Halo lamp, breaking new ground in soft light with its virtually indestructible casing and powerful anti-glare diffused light; the single operator-friendly trailblazing TL60 Trolley light and the new TL55 100% Battery tower.
Centre stage however, will be the first reveal of the brand-new compact SL80 Pallet light. With a standard pallet sized footprint, this static 8 metre mast lighting tower is a highly transportable and compact new addition, enabling 22 units to be loaded on a euro trailer.
The model is designed with multiple customer specification options to bring real flexibility and customisation to the sector. With 265 hours running time, and 4 x 300W LEDs delivering over 130,000 lumens, the SL80 Pallet can also carry the new Halo lamp.
Morris Site Machinery will be on Stand B50 at The Executive Hire Show on 7th and 8th February at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry.Back to news
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