A family business started in 1972.
P. Flannery Plant Hire (OVAL) Ltd. was incorporated in 1972 by Patrick Flannery.Case Study
Flannery Plant Hire operates from a purpose-built head office next to Wembley Stadium, with a network of six depots across the UK and Ireland.
A family business, people stand at the centre of the Flannery proposition, providing excellence in service, plant standards and safety. By listening to clients’ specific requirements, keeping abreast of the latest legislation and maintaining a relentless level of investment, the company has an unrivalled record of delivering quality and value.
This investment drives our sustainable credentials; a modern fleet in excess of 3000 units, 35 delivery vehicles and 80 fitters covering sites across the UK 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year. On a typical day between 600 and 700 of our operators are on-site working.
As our respected manufacturers continue to develop technology, Flannery continues to innovate, finding ways to turn data into meaningful analysis allowing customers to make hire decisions that deliver the most effective, reliable solution for them.
Sustainability and Supply Chain
A deeper understanding of sustainability fundamentals is the first of many steps towards long term success in this area. With e-learning resources and workshops spanning everything from social value to biodiversity, our aim is to learn and grow as a collective in this ever-changing climate.
Why a Partner?
We recognise that supply chain collaboration is crucial. Not only the success of the business but to the successful longevity of the construction sector. Partnering with the Supply Chain Sustainability Chain School has broadened our knowledge of the sustainability agenda and has enabled us to firmly embed this into our company. The School offers the supply chain a platform to collaboratively contribute to industry standards which will in turn enhance health, safety and innovative solutions in the plant sector.
“Along with the vast array of e-learning tools available to our workforce, meeting with the Plant Standards Working Group gave us a real insight into the most effective ways to address key issues such as labour supply and minimum plant requirements. We are eager to continue our collaboration and hope that sharing best practice will result in safer and more sustainable sites across the country.”Chris Matthew, Strategic Manager