It is our goal to provide our customers with a range of quality equipment and prompt efficient service. We are a local family business with an eye on serving the Busselton community.
In the early ‘90s, I helped run Busselton Equipment Hire with the previous owner until the business was purchased by Coates Hire. As fate would have it, I worked for Coates hire from 2010 until till 2013 and I was the branch manager of the Busselton branch when Coates decided to close the branch. We also had a stroke of good fortune to gain the services of Peter Reynolds who brings a wealth of hire experience with him.
All the staff at Busselton Equipment Hire have had extensive years of experience in the hire industry and the necessary contacts to solve the most unusual requests that we don’t have in our ever growing plant list.
We are very fortunate to have a large property on a side street for easy access onto the site plus providing an open yard to enable free, unrestricted movement when loading and unloading.
As I have been building trailers for the past 20 years on a part time basis, we decided to add trailer manufacture, modifications and repairs to the business. We have made most of the fleet as time has permitted and made some diverse trailers along the way with many more concept trailers in the pipe line.
- Adrian Hinds, Proprietor.
As our business grows, so too will our range and diversification. The future holds endless possibilities in regard to what can actually be hired.
We are very excited about the immediate future as we delve into a Camping range.
This will allow families to go on a family adventure with all they could possibly need, without the huge expense required to get set up or to find a place at home to store it when they return.
Busselton Equipment Hire is a strong believer of helping the community and supporting them when needed. For example, Vasse Primary School came to us needing a pair of trestles with a plank for them to assemble and hang some of the art work for display.
They would then dismantle the structure, move it 6 feet over, reassemble and hang another piece of art work and continue this process around the whole shed. As the designated display area was an enclosed shed with a full concrete floor and with our minds focused towards safety and convenience, and we offered them the 19 ft scissor lift as a better alternative.
Part of the donation was to deliver it to site as they were setting up, and then collect at the end of setup, plus, we delivered and collected it when all the art had to come down. It was rewarding for us to be able to help them in this way, and the school and students were very appreciative of our assistance.