20+ Years Experience
Local Telehandler Hire
When it comes to plant hire equipment, a telehandler can be an amazing choice as a reliable support vehicle in Fairwater.
Not only does it serve as an invaluable solution for a wide range of plant requirements, but different attachments allow it to serve the same plant business in multiple ways.
Telehandlers are flexible and reliable pieces of machinery, able to suit any plant sector and industry in December 2023.
When used at individual sites, a telehandler with multiple attachments can be adapted into whatever equipment is needed most.
Telehandlers can serve a variety of roles and be a reliable support option for a range of different sector, businesses and practical requirements.
We at National Telehandler Hire offer a huge range of telehandler plant hire options in Fairwater, allowing you to get the telehandler support vehicle you need at a reasonable price point.
We at National Telehandler Hire are a team of Fairwater telehandler hire experts that can provide a range of reliable plant hire options.
Whether you are looking for something that can support your current site or a replacement for your existing transport forklifts, we can get you the UK plant hire machinery you need.
We understand the UK plant hire market and can provide all of the best plant hire machines available from November 2022 onwards at a fair price point.
We aim for maximum quality and satisfaction when it comes to our customers, doing our best to cover their needs and requirements with our excellent plant hire options.
Having worked with past customers of all sizes and industry sector niches, we can provide the plant hire equipment you need, as well as the support services required to keep that plant hire machinery running as reliable site tools.
As a UK based telehandler forklift hire company, we work with UK companies directly to guarantee great service.
We understand the telehandler and forklift hire price expectations of the Fairwater market and work to keep our hire options low for client companies.
With over 15 years of total experience in the telehandler plant hire niche and countless machines already hired out dozens of times, we know how to give our customers the right machinery for the job.
We offer a huge range of telehandler options up for hire, perfect for either standalone use or as a fleet for a larger site.
Offering a range of plant hire options, we aim to provide our customers with the best service quality and reliable plant hire possible. This includes post-plant-hire support as needed.
We try to aim for sustainability whenever possible, aiming to create plant hire options for client companies that see sustainability as an important part of their hire decisions.
We always do our best to provide effective post-plant-hire support for our customers, making sure that they can get our technical advice whenever necessary.
We are fully licensed and certified to offer plant-hire machinery to our customers.
No matter the project, our experts can narrow down the best solution for your industry needs, whether that means a fleet of tools or a single support forklift.
If needed, we can extend our hire options to an entire fleet of telehandler vehicles. We understand how to arrange fleet hire and delivery effectively.
|Manitou MHT 12330||11.92m||33,000kg||180kW|
|Manitou MT 420||4.35m||2,000kg||42kW|
|Manitou MT 625||5.85m||2,500kg||55.40kW|
|Manitou MT 730||6.9m||3,000kg||54.60kW|
|Manitou MT 733||6.9m||3,300kg||55.40kW|
|Manitou MT 930||8.85m||3,000kg||54.60kW|
|Manitou MT 933||9.07m||3,300kg||55kW|
|Manitou MT 1033||9.98m||3,300kg||55.40kW|
|Manitou MT 1135||11.05m||3,500kg||75kW|
|Manitou MT 1335||12.55m||3,500kg||75kW|
|Manitou MT 1440||13.53m||4,000kg||75kW|
|Manitou MT 1840||17.55m||4,000kg||75kW|
|Merlo Roto 40.18||17.6m||3991kg||90kW|
|Merlo Roto 50.21||21m||4989kg||55kW|
|Merlo Roto 70.24||20.4m||6985kg||125kW|
|Merlo Roto 50.26||22.8m||4989kg||55kW|
|Merlo Roto 50.30||29.3m||4989kg||125kW|
|Merlo Roto 70.28||28m||6985kg||125kW|
|Merlo Roto 50.35||27m||4989kg||125kW|
|Magni RTH 4.18||17.56m||4,000kg||55kW|
|Magni RTH 5.18||17.56m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 5.21||20.70m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 5.23||22.80m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 5.25||24.60m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 6.21||20.80m||6,000kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 6.23||23.30m||6,000kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 6.25||25.00m||6,000kg||100kW|
|Magni RTH 7.26||25.70m||7,000kg||160kW|
|Magni RTH 6.30||29.90m||6,000kg||160kW|
|Magni RTH 6.35||34.70m||6,000kg||160kW|
|Magni RTH 6.39||38.90m||6,000kg||17kW|
|Magni RTH 6.46||45.64m||6,000kg||175kW|
|Magni RTH 8.25||24.90m||8,000kg||175kW|
|Magni RTH 13.26||26.20m||13,000kg||175kW|
|Magni HTH 10.10||9.52m||10,000kg||100kW|
|Magni HTH 16.10||9.50m||16,000kg||160kW|
|Magni HTH 20.10||9.80m||19,999kg||160kW|
|Magni HTH 24.11||10.50m||24,000kg||175kW|
|Magni HTH 27.11||10.85m||27,000kg||175kW|
|Magni HTH 30.12||11.72m||30,000kg||235kW|
|Magni HTH 35.12||11.72m||35,000kg||235kW|
|Magni HTH 50.14||14.00m||50,000kg||235kW|
|Magni TH 6.20||19.20m||6,000kg||100kW|
|Magni TH 5.24||23.90m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Magni Ricklift 13||11.00m||500kg||45kW|
|Magni Ricklift 15||12.95m||800kg||75kW|
|Magni Ricklift 18||15.93m||800kg||75kW|
|Dieci Agri Farmer 30.7||6.35m||3000kg||79.5kW|
|Dieci Agri Farmer 30.9||8.70m||3000kg||79.5kW|
|Dieci Agri Farmer 32.9||8.70m||3200kg||79.5kW|
|Dieci Agri Farmer 34.7||6.35m||3400kg||79.5kW|
|Dieci Agri Max 50.8||7.70m||5000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Agri Max 60.9||8.60m||6000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Agri Max 65.8||7.70m||6500kg||128kW|
|Dieci Agri Max 75.10||9.65m||7500kg||114kW|
|Dieci Agri Plus 40.10||9.60m||4000kg||114kW|
|Dieci Agri Plus 42.7||7.20m||4200kg||114kW|
|Dieci Agri Star 37.7||6.80m||3700kg||100kW|
|Dieci Agri Star 38.10||9.6m||3800kg||100kW|
|Dieci Agri Star 40.8||7.70m||4000kg||100kW|
|Dieci Mini Agri 20.4||4.35m||2000kg||37kW|
|Dieci Mini Agri 26.6||5.68m||2600kg||55kW|
|Dieci Apollo 20.4 Smart||4.35m||2000kg||37kW|
|Dieci Apollo 26.6||5.68m||2600kg||55kW|
|Dieci Dedalus 30.7 GD||6.35m||3000kg||55.4kW|
|Dieci Dedalus 30.9 GD||8.7m||3000kg||55.4kW|
|Dieci Dedalus 32.9 GD||8.7m||3200kg||55.4kW|
|Dieci Dedalus 34.7 GD||6.35m||3400kg||55.4kW|
|Dieci Hercules 100.10||9.5m||10000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Hercules 130.10||9.5m||13000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Hercules 190.10||10.2m||19000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Hercules 210.10||10.2m||21000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Hercules 230.10||10.15m||23000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Icarus 40.14 GD||13.4m||4000kg||85.1kW|
|Dieci Icarus 40.17 GD||16.4m||4000kg||85.1kW|
|Dieci Icarus 50.18 GD||17.8m||5000kg||85.1kW|
|Dieci Samson 50.8 Vs Evo2 GD||7.7m||5000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Samson 60.9 Vs Evo2 GD||8.6m||6000kg||128kW|
|Dieci Samson 65.8 Vs Evo2 GD||7.7m||6500kg||128kW|
|Dieci Samson 75.10 GD||9.65m||7500kg||114kW|
|Dieci Zeus 35.11 GD||10.6m||3500kg||54.6kW|
|Dieci Zeus 38.10 GD||9.6m||3800kg||54.6kW|
|Dieci Zeus 40.13 GD||12.5m||4000kg||54.6kW|
|Dieci Zeus 40.8 GD||7.6m||4000kg||54.6kW|
|Dieci Agri Pivot T60||4.7m||2250kg||54.6kW|
|Dieci Agri Pivot T70||5.2m||3000kg||85.9kW|
|Dieci Agri Pivot T80||5.2m||3500kg||107kW|
|Dieci Agri Pivot T90||5.7m||4100kg||114kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 40.16||15.70m||4000kg||85.9kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 40.18||18.00m||4000kg||85.9kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 45.30||29.6m||4500kg||127kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 50.25||24.10m||5000kg||100kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 50.26||25.7m||5000kg||127kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 60.16||16.20m||6000kg||100kW|
|Dieci Pegasus 60.21||20.50m||6000kg||100kW|
|Bobcat TR40.180 Rotary||17.6m||4,000kg||55kW|
|Bobcat TR50.180 Rotary||17.6m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Bobcat TR50.210 Rotary||20.5m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Bobcat TR50.250 Rotary||24.6m||4,999kg||100kW|
|Bobcat TR60.210 Rotary||20.8m||6,000kg||100kW|
|Bobcat TR60.250 Rotary||25m||6,000kg||100kW|
|Bobcat TR70.260 Rotary||25.7m||7,000kg||160kW|
|Bobcat TR60.300 Rotary||29.8m||6,000kg||160kW|
|Bobcat TR60.350 Rotary||34.9m||6,000kg||175kW|
|Bobcat TR60.390 Rotary||38.9m||6,000kg||175kW|
A telescopic handler, or telehandler or boom lift is a lifting and transport machine that uses an extending boom equipped with a range of attachments.
Using these attachments, they can lift a wide range of items and materials. For example, forklift attachments let them move pallets, while bucket attachments make it easy to move dirt and debris.
A versatile vehicle, a telescopic handler is designed to fill roles that a forklift cannot and provide a quick solution to a lot of different storage and lifting requirements.
Telehandlers are more than just simple hire vehicles used to pick up and move items in Fairwater. They can be invaluable parts of any plant site. Telehandlers are useful for:
Telehandlers are vital for moving dangerous materials across a site or plant quickly and safely, all without employees having to put themselves at risk.
Telehandlers can transport heavy loads quickly and effectively across a site with minimal issues.
Some sites use telehandlers to sort through large piles of recycled materials or items stored on shelves.
Telehandlers can be used to store items on shelving or in containers that are too high to reach with regular hire forklifts.
A telehandler can transport heavy equipment quickly through a plant, getting it where it needs to be.
Telehandlers with platform attachments can allow for easy working at height without having to hire a separate platform.
A telehandler is sometimes used to observe a large plant floor or work area.
Being able to lift a person up high allows a telehandler to be used for inspections of raised plant surfaces.
Plant workers can be moved easily if the handler is equipped with a platform attachment, including moving them between floors of an unfinished building site or other vertical space.
Telehandlers see some use in waste management.
Earthwork projects can benefit from having a telehandler on-site.
Repairing a raised structure is much easier with at least one telehandler on standby.
Like repairs, maintaining large spaces is easier with telehandlers.
Large-scale recycling and other sustainability-focused projects often use telehandlers for niche purposes.
Telehandler equipment is made from three distinct parts: the base, the boom, and the attachment.
The base of a telehandler is naturally very important. A good, solid base not only provides more stability but can often make it easier to lock the telehandler into place, allowing for safer working conditions and/or more reliable material transportation.
Most of these bases are fully independent, meaning that they can be driven without needing to be connected to another vehicle or machine.
Doing this means that the telehandler can move around on its own, allowing for even easier transportation of materials while also making repositioning a lot faster.
The boom acts as the telescopic neck of the telehandler. The range and extension speed of the unit will vary depending on the boom, so it is sometimes important to use a machine that has a well-designed boom system and a reliable engine or motor powering the extension and retraction.
The greater the range, the further the Fairwater boom can reach. This makes it much easier for the machine to provide a solution to niche problems, such as moving items from one area of a site to another without moving or replacing a forklift over short distances.
The end of the boom always has some form of attachment. These are distinct pieces of equipment that provide some functionality to the boom itself, often relating to specific services or technical needs that the current project requires.
In most cases, the attachment can be swapped out for other equipment at will, as long as there is somebody qualified to do so.
This attachment could be forks that emulate a forklift, a working platform for surveying a site from height, or a range of other service tools and equipment that provide their own functionality and niche uses.
A telehandler is almost always larger than a forklift and is much less limited in terms of its overall abilities.
Unlike forklifts, telehandlers use an extendable boom neck that allows their tools to reach tall heights or long distances, making them far more practical as a solution for larger-scale problems.
Telehandler plant hire in Fairwater can cost a varying amount depending on what kind of equipment you are looking for. Each telehandler has its own specifications that you need to take into account before arranging plant hire, along with a range of equipment and attachment options – meaning that it is important to find the right solution ahead of time.
Various factors can influence the cost of telehandler plant hire services, including:
We try to price plant hire costs fairly, but longer hires are naturally going to cost more. We discuss each hire in detail with the client before confirming anything, allowing them to find the hire costs that work for them.
Expect to pay around £250 to £500 per week for a telehandler. This is just an average weekly plant hire cost, though – we price each machine differently based on expected industry averages and the amount it would cost to deliver and service the unit.
The size and weight of a telehandler unit available for plant hire can influence the equipment hire cost. This usually happens when the equipment itself is larger than average since this takes longer to deliver and requires more fuel and maintenance.
Like size, boom length plays a major part in this plant hire equipment pricing. The longer the telescopic boom, the more the equipment usually costs.
The max lift height of the telehandler is usually quite relevant to the plant hire costs for the same reason as size and boom length. The max height is a combination of the boom’s length, the angles it can operate at, and its safety when used at height.
In a lot of cases, the weight capacity will also increase cost since the structure of the boom will need to be a lot stronger. This can be important for companies that need to hire a tool that can cover a lot of heavier-duty work.
Attachable equipment is an important part of the plant hire process. Telehandlers rely on telehandler attachments, and that means that your plant hire costs often include the attachments that you need for your particular projects or business site.
Note that some telehandler attachments cost more than others and that different companies may need different amounts of equipment. This is one of the factors that most influence plant hire costs.
If you are hiring more than one telehandler, that fleet of vehicles will naturally cost more than just one. We still aim to keep our bulk hire costs low where possible.
The delivery costs can play a large part in the plant hire costs, even if they are not related to the hiring process itself.
Like the delivery, fuel costs are also important. This is especially true for hire arrangements where you need to refill the vehicle before you hand it back.
Insurance, whether included in the hire or not, is another factor to consider when looking at your available forklift alternatives.
Unlike a regular forklift hire option, our telehandlers are ideal for use in any industry. They provide a valuable service to many industrial sites and can be a vital solution for a lot of common industry-wide problems.
However, compared to a forklift or similar vehicle, telehandlers also have some major benefits worth exploring.
A Fairwater telehandler can usually reach further than a forklift hire, allowing it to offer the same services in larger spaces.
Telehandlers can extend their booms to cover a larger range, allowing them to move items across a site faster than a forklift hire.
The design of most telehandler booms means that they can provide valuable lifting services with a much higher total weight capacity.
The booms used in most telehandlers are perfect for flexible positioning, suiting any project that involves multiple height levels of raised spaces (from construction sites to warehouse shelving).
The ability to swap attachments in and out allows a single telehandler to offer a range of services and solutions. In general, forklift hire options can only cover basic transportation and storage services.
We offer a range of options for our plant hire services, working with each client to create the best plant hire arrangement for their needs.
We can arrange the hire week-by-week as needed, based on your industry and the services you are looking for.
Longer-term hire options are also available for companies that need our telehandler hire services over a longer period of time.
We can extend our plant hire options in certain cases, allowing client companies to keep using the same plant hire tools for longer.
We offer plant hire services to companies from any industry across the UK including Fairwater. Unlike forklifts and fleet vehicles, we know our telehandler hire options are specialised and do our best to provide the ideal option for all plant hire projects.
We try to deliver to Fairwater companies as fast as we can, offering consistent delivery on even the most specific UK telehandler forklift hire.
Plant hire is important, and we offer full support to our Fairwater companies. We want our service to be as smooth as possible.
Telehandler attachments are important for any plant hire situation. These attachments change the way the equipment functions, altering what it can lift (and how it can lift them).
Choosing the right attachment for the job is important. We offer a range of attachment plant hire options to go with the base telehandler equipment.
Carriage attachments are often the default attachment equipment seen on any standard telehandler machine.
Offers ten-centimetre shifts on the right and left carriage forks, allowing for precise load placement and support.
It can tilt to either side for better lateral positioning, making it easier to store items safely.
Fully floating and adjustable forks that can be used for most practical purposes, emulating those of forklifts.
Allows for increased movement and materials placement, leading to better machine precision.
Offers independently-adjustable forks, making it easier to move heavy tools and pallet loads through the machine itself.
Emulating forklifts, these fork attachments serve the same role as forklift hire options while also providing more versatility overall.
Meant for moving pallets around a site, proving a better solution for moving and storing items beyond the reach of a conventional forklift.
Meant for storing cubed items, ranging from blocks of brick and boxes of different tools to compressed metal blocks.
Used to move longer items such as lumber or material slabs, and designed to work well with non-square bulk items.
Bucket attachments serve a niche purpose but also save you from having to arrange plant hire of a bucket or digging machine that you might only use for a single project.
While none of these attachments is meant for actual digging, they can be invaluable for a wide range of different project types and situations.
Used as a transport solution for a lot of loose items, including piles of dirt. Designed to work as standard transport equipment.
A standard bucket with a unique swinging-down set of “teeth” is ideal for containing larger items that need to be moved by the bucket (such as pieces of debris).
Our telehandler plant hire options in Fairwater are designed to work well in a huge range of situations, and that includes using the machinery in ways you may not originally expect.
We can provide some specialised equipment that works as an effective solution to less-common problems or for situations where sites may not be equipped with a machine that can cover that niche requirement properly.
Mobile work platforms that can support and protect workers at heights. It can be ideal for any project in a very vertical space.
Used to set up walls and truss sections during a construction project. This makes the telehandler into a temporary construction vehicle.
General-purpose hook attachments are used to lift up and transport items that cannot be carried by forklift or bucket.
A telehandler generally requires a licensed operator. If your company does not have one already, then choosing to hire one is the best option.
Telehandlers have also been called lulls, telescopic handlers, reach forklifts and zoom booms.
In some cases, they are simply called “forklifts”, usually in industrial contexts.
Telehandlers are best when they can move heavy weights across long distances without burning too much fuel or becoming unsafe to use.
In many cases, sustainability is also important, both for reduced fuel costs and the overall sustainability of using the units in the first place.
Most telehandlers can lift anywhere between 4,400 lbs and 12,000 lbs.
Depending on the attachment, a unit can lift anything from pallets to individual pieces of piping or raw materials.
If you want to know more about what we can offer, contact our experts today to ask about our fleet hire options and UK delivery methods. The sooner you get in contact with us, the sooner we can arrange a hire option that works for you.
We have an entire fleet of UK hire vehicles just waiting for UK customers to hire them, so contact our specialists to learn more about which hire equipment would be best for you. Contact us for more info or to talk about the hire requirements you might already have.
Make sure you contact us today for telehandler hire services in Wales.
Here are some towns we cover near Fairwater.Canton, Whitchurch, Cathays, Cardiff, Grangetown
We absolutely love the service provided. Their approach is really friendly but professional. We went out to five different companies and found National Telehandler Hire to be value for money and their service was by far the best. Thank you for your really awesome work, we will definitely be returning!Toby Holmes
We have used National Telehandler Hire for many years as they are certainly the best in the UK. The attention to detail and professional setup is what makes this company our go-to company for all our work. I highly recommend the team for the immense work - we highly recommend them!Scott Lloyd
For more information on telehandler hire in Fairwater, fill in the contact form below to receive a free quote today.
We Aim To Reply To All Enquiries With-in 24-Hours