Netco Pumps is excited to be partnering with Pinnacle Hire, an agile new hire business focussed on providing ‘advanced water treatment, storage and pumping systems’ to support the completion of construction and maintenance projects.
Over the past year, Pinnacle Hire has successfully engineered and project managed several dewatering and bypass projects in Victoria. With the understanding that these projects demand higher levels of expertise, the best equipment and agile capability, Pinnacle Hire is now set up to offer our services to mines, municipalities and civil contractors in Tasmania.
This has been brought to fruition by Pinnacle Hire entering into a joint venture with Netco Pumps, enabling rapid deployment of their expertise and equipment.
Pinnacle Hire General Manager, Jeremy Salisbury says “from the outset of establishing Pinnacle Hire we have been committed to listening and responding to our customers. This new venture is extremely exciting as it has enabled us to very quickly pivot in response to our Tasmanian customers, and allocate the resource and equipment is deserves”.
Netco Pumps Managing Director, Nathan Cruickshank says “Since commencing in 2008, Netco has developed an allegiance with mines, municipalities and civil contractors in Tasmania. This partnership will perfectly meet the need of our customers in relation to dewatering and bypass projects, as well as emergency response requirements. We have been impressed with how Pinnacle Hire has so quickly developed and grown, and look forward to being involved in the journey ahead”.