Morris Leslie Manufacture and Supply New HQ Morris Leslie have supplied a new, modern office block designed and built in our Hull factory. The project involved removing part of the existing head quarters,replacing and extending with a bespoke, luxurious and aesthetically pleasing Modular Building with a high specification finish.
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More Capex growth for MLPH Morris Leslie Plant Hire is set to spend £45m on new machinery in 2015, representing a 30% increase in capital expenditure over 2014. Morris Leslie Plant Hire (MLPH) has invested more than £35m in its hire fleet this year, buying 850 machines to support growth plans...
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Morris Leslie Invest in Manitou Range of Telehandlers National plant hire company, Morris Leslie Plant Hire (MLPH), are pioneers in the plant hire industry specialising in a diverse range of applications. The Manitou range of telehandlers are perfectly suited to their requirements for a broad spectrum of uses from compact dimensions to high lift machines of up to 18 metre lift height.
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400 telehandlers for Morris Leslie Following the acquisition of three former Ambrose Plant Hire depots last May, the company has invested in excess of £35 million on 850 machines. The order is mostly made up of 400 Manitou and JCB telehandlers as well as 250 excavators, 175 dumpers and 30 rollers...
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Classic Auction Review: August 30 Morris Leslie held its third auction of the year on Saturday, August 30th. Going by the jam packed auction hall, which was crowded for most of the day, this sale might well turn out to to be the best one so far, writes CCB contributor Michael Young.
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Perth Classic Auction Receiving National Attention Morris Leslie have supplied a new, modern office block designed and built in our Hull factory. The project involved removing part of the existing head quarters,replacing and extending with a bespoke, luxurious and aesthetically pleasing Modular Building with a high specification finish.
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Morris Leslie to spend £45m on new kit Morris Leslie Plant Hire is planning to spend £45m on new plant and equipment next year. The firm has already spent £35m this year acquiring 850 machines to support the business’s growth plans. MLPH’s investment in 2014 includes 400 telehandlers, 250 excavators, 175 dumpers and 30 rollers from leading manufacturers including JCB, Manitou, Kubota, Case, JCB,Volvo, Thwaites and Hamm rollers.
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Vintage Motor Cycle A vintage motorcycle once stashed to avoid its seizure by the Nazis will be auctioned in Perthshire at the weekend. The Indian Scout was delivered to a thriving Copenhagen in the 1920s where its proud owner mixed with the city’s cultural elite at the fashionable Palace Hotel, home to the Grand Theatre.
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Ambitious Growth Plans Plant hire specialists Morris Leslie Plant Hire Ltd (MLPH) has invested in 175 new Kubota mini-excavators in the last 12 months to help support major plans to expand its operations throughout the UK. The company, which has national coverage through its extensive depot footprint acquired three new depots in 2013 and is looking to build on this further and increase its network in 2015.
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Morris Leslie launch Brand New Website. Morris Leslie launch Brand New Website. The Morris Leslie Group are delighted to launch our new website which will provide a much greater user experience and enable us to develop more online dialogue with visitors to the site.
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MT625 assisting at the Tower's Poppy Installation

MT625 assisting at the Tower's Poppy Installation

Morris Leslie the national plant hire company who specialise in event management were pleased to assist with the poppies installation at the Tower of London by supplying a Manitou MT625 telescopic handler.

Nobody could be failed to be moved by the impressive display of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London. Five million people have visited the Tower to view the 888,246 poppies each signifying a British and Colonial military fatality in the First World War.

Since the 12th November a group of 11,000 volunteers have been removing 75,000 poppies per day from the moat of the Tower of London. Each poppy has been sold for £25 each raising millions of pounds for six service charities: The charities chosen are Confederation of Service Charities (COBSEO), Combat Stress, Coming Home, Help for Heroes, Royal British Legion and SSAFA (formerly the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association).

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