We’ve been very busy servicing a variety of customers up and down the country. Here’s what we’ve been up to in the last few months.
LOC Hire was present once again in Scotland’s biggest construction equipment trade event. It took place at the Royal Highland Centre (Edinburgh) on the 20th and 21st of April. Our display attracted plenty of visitors to our stand, who enjoyed a cup of coffee while being guided through our units by our dedicated sales team.
We supplied portable toilets to this event at Strathclyde Country Park on the weekend of the 22nd to the 24th of June. This is the biggest AfroCentric Music Festival in Scotland, which tries to promote community cohesion and integration.
Falkirk Community Trust – Emergency Services Day
One of the multiple events in which we are collaborating with the Falkirk Community Trust. This popular family-friendly event brought together attendees and local service providers at the Helix Park on the 2nd of June.
We were involved with helping the film set for the Devil’s Pulpit. We supplied various hire in March and April. That is all we can say! You will need to wait and see what was going on. Please let us know if and when you find out!
There is no event too small for LOC Hire! Our neighbor Mandy organised her birthday party on the 13th of May and we were more than happy to supply our brand new portable toilets to help her launch the biggest party in the neighborhood.
This one-day electronic music event took place on May Day Bank Holiday at Strathclyde Country Park. We were happy to supply the ticket offices, tower lights and toilets used on this event, which increased its numbers this year on a lovely sunny day besides the lake.
Once again we supplied the ticket offices, tower lights and toilets for Scotland’s National Football Team games. A collaboration that has been developed through the years, Hampden and LOC Hire have been working together for this and other type of events becoming a mutually satisfactory relationship.
We’ve supplied a variety of hire for works being carried out on the A1, placing new concrete barriers in the middle of the motorway, recycling the chippings and replacing them. We supplied welfare units for the crew, our unique stability control tower lights and different sorts of toilet facilities (dedicated ladies’ toilets, as well as disabled ones).