Suddenstrike Fencing is featured in the October/November edition (issue 196) of Fencing & Landscaping News (www.fencing-news.co.uk). The article is profiling our recent purchase of our second Bryce HD180 Post Driver, becoming the first company in the country to have two of these specialised machines.
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FIRST FOR SUDDENSTRIKE FENCING WITH SECOND BRYCE
Cheshire-based Suddenstrike fencing Ltd has recently become the first business in the UK to operate two Bryce HD180 powershift.
Steve Wilkinson from Suddenstrike Fencing explained: “This is the second HD180 we’ve purchased in the past twelve months and both have been acquired without even meeting the man behind it all, Jock Bryce!
“We eventually caught up with Jock at the APF show in September and it was great to finally meet the man himself together with wife Jennifer and sons, Andrew and Stuart.
“It was amazing to see the variety of machines that they had on display. All were suitable for different applications and it’s not until you see the variety of machinery and the various accessories that you realise the Bryce family’s commitment to innovation and perfection in each and every application. This machine is certainly unique in every way.
“In my opinion the HD180 has the greatest hitting power, manoeuvrability and accuracy of any other machine that I have seen and I would like to thank Jock and his family for completely revolutionising the way in which we carry out professional fence installation,” added Steve.
Situated in Nantwich, Suddenstrike Ltd carries out a wide range of fencing, groundworks and drainage work around the UK as well as pest control, habitat management and environmental cleaning.
Cheshire CW5 6DG
Written by Ben Walton, Fencing and Landscaping News. 18th October 2014