Fleet’s leading range of line marking machines are used by groundsmen worldwide to mark sports pitches, playgrounds, car parks and roads.
However a recent enquiry from a Norwich based Timber Merchants, Thomson Sawmills, has highlighted how Fleet’s marking machines can also provide cost saving benefits to a diverse range of businesses.
Thomson Sawmills has recruited a line marking contractor for the past 10 years, in order to mark eight loading bays and an access area using thermoset paint – which is easily diminished by the use of road salt in adverse weather conditions.
Recruiting a line marking contractor on an annual basis is fast becoming a costly process for business owner, Brian Thomson – who decided to contact Fleet in order to invest in the company’s very own line marking machine.
Fleet’s Area Sales Manager Oliver Hall visited the Timber Company on 11th August to demonstrate Fleet’s newly launched Ki Spray Machine, the Kombi and the only laser guided line marking machine worldwide, BeamRider.
After demonstrating the BeamRider and highlighting a number of its key features including its ability to mark perfect laser straight lines in a fraction of the time, Brian chose to invest in the machine without viewing any other product.
Brian comments, “Thomson Sawmills requires regular access to a line marking machine to ensure all business processes remain organized and streamlined.
This has been a very costly process to date as we have had to use a line marking contractor, which we can only afford once per year.
“Investing in Fleet’s BeamRider will not only save us significant costs, but will also allow for regular remarking achieved with little time or effort thanks to the superior quality of the machine.”
The BeamRider has now been dispatched to Thomson Sawmills ready for rejuvenation of all lines prior to the start of the winter season.
To find out more about Fleet’s Beamrider please visit www.beamrider.org.uk.