We celebrate two firsts

29 May 2013

Both companies required a machine that could press sheet piles in very sensitive locations free from noise and vibration, Alessandro Ferretti, owner of Chimin stated that “working in urban locations and close to existing structures we needed a machine which didn’t transmit any vibration or noise”     “…after visiting Watson and Hillhouse and seeing the machine in use we were convinced not only of the ability of the machine to deliver the required performance but also that Watson and Hillhouse would provide the level of after sales service and support we need and expect”.   The requirement from Küte ja Ehitus was very similar, project manager Joosep Vahi remarked “We have had a few cases in Tallinn where sheet piles have been installed using vibrating hammers which have caused severe cracking in adjacent buildings so the Still Worker was the perfect solution to eliminate this risk”.  “..after seeing a machine working in London where sheet piles were being driven 500mm away from existing apartments we knew we had the right piece of equipment” “… Watson and Hillhouse also provide full operator and mechanic training which was important to us” “…another aspect that we were impressed by was the Still Worker’s exclusive mast tilting function which makes the machine more productive than competitor machines”

Focus on the client doesn’t stop when the contract is signed, with total customer commitment in hire, sales and service Watson and Hillhouse is able to provide the complete package; operator training, technical training, spare parts and service support no matter where in the world the machines are sold: from Europe including the UK, Germany, France, Netherlands, Sweden and Poland to Russia, the USA and India.