MHM News
February 10th, 2021
More of our generators head to Hamilton’s, Fraser Tool Hire

Fraser Tool Hire the Hamilton based tool and plant hire firm has been investing in our equipment for the past eight years. They now boast over ninety of our power generation machines from 6.0 to 33.0kVA in both single and three-phase voltages.



With demand for portable power remaining high, Fraser Tool Hire has just completed an order for a further fleet of MG6000SSY sets. The MHM MG6000SSY is a fully bunded, 6.0kVA dual voltage diesel generator popular with construction sites and just about anywhere else where quiet, clean power is needed.

Fraser Tool Hire also takes advantage of our unique rehire service, available exclusively only to bone fide hire firms, in the UK and Ireland.

Gavin Maxwell explains, “We use MHM’s rehire operation particularly for their lighting towers. We had twelve sets on hire this winter. MHM give a great service and backup, this allows us to confidently supply customers with the latest machines without having the outlay of buying new units. In addition, when the lighting season is finished we can send them back, and save valuable yard space during the summer months”

Gavin continued, “It all started from a simple sales call from Mat (Mat Llewellyn – MHM’s managing director) and it built up from there. We have never had any quality issues with the machines. Their service is great, they always do their best to get machines out when and where you need them. We can always speak to someone, including Mat, for help when needed.”

Fraser Tool Hire was established in January 1983, initially operating from a 1200sq.ft unit in Strathaven, South Lanarkshire. The company was set up by Ronnie Fraser and remains an independent, family-run concern.  Their current headquarters now extends over to over two acres, with a service depot that maintains a vast fleet of small tools, plant and equipment. Fraser Tool Hire supplies a wide range of equipment to national construction companies, local councils, and skilled tradesmen. They also welcome enquiries from the general public.