|19th January 2018||Stuart Wells - F.A.I.T.H Animal Rescue Centre||
F.A.I.T.H Animal Rescue Centre
In 2017, F.A.I.T.H (For Animals In Trouble there’s Hope) www.faithanimalrescue.co.uk a family run animal rescue centre based in Hickling, Norfolk contacted Stuart Well Services in a state of desperation. Their old water supply well located at the property installed during the 1970’s was producing poor quality water with high sand content.
There remote rural location meant a huge expense to connect to the local water authority mains supply. However, the only other option to them was a new water supply well and associated groundwater treatment system.
After careful consideration, a solution was engineered. A pump house within which the newly installed water supply well together with a groundwater treatment system for pH, iron and manganese, nitrates and various harmful bacteria, providing a potable water supply to both the house and animal reserve has been successfully installed and commissioned.
|24th November 2017
||Stuart Power - Supporting the BBC DIY SOS team
Supporting the BBC DIY SOS team
|17th November 2017
||Stuart Pumps - 6” pump for a customer in Scotland
6” pump for a customer in Scotland
|14th November 2017
||Stuart Pumps - Used GP200 operating in Sri Lanka
Used GP200 self-priming pump operating in Sri Lanka
|1st November 2017
||Stuart Pumps - November Newsletter
||4th July 2017
||Stuart Power - Unloading of 60 FG Wilson units
Stuart Power - Unloading of 60 FG Wilson units
Video received from a customer of the unloading of 60 FG Wilson units for a project in Ghana. Stuart Power Ltd can supply machines worldwide so if you have a requirement we can offer UK or export specification machines.
|4th July 2017
||Stuart Power - New FG Wilson P22-6
Stuart Power - New FG Wilson P22-6
|9th June 2017
||Stuart Power - Valvetty Village Festival
||7th June 2017
||Stuart Pumps - June Newsletter
||2nd March 2017
||Stuart Pumps & Supporting local communities
Stuart Pumps & Supporting local communities
Stuart Pumps were mentioned in the news in relation to the supply of a diesel engine driven autoprime pump to a local community who throughout recent history has been hit with flooding problems. The community of Earl Street in Oxford grouped together under the drive and leadership of Nick Hills who managed to secure a £20,000 grant through Scottish Power to purchase their own pump so they wouldn’t have to wait for normal response teams to organise mobilisation of portable pumping equipment for the flood hit street.
Click the links to the news stories.
|12th December 2016
||Stuart Pumps Serving the Oil & Gas industry worldwide
Stuart Pumps Serving the Oil & Gas industry worldwide
Stuart pumps recently completed and dispatched, loaded into two 40ft containers heading for Africa a brand new KSB horizontal 6 stage multistage pump model MTCA150/6 capable of developing a duty of 35bar at 300m3/h. Long coupled to a Volvo, radiator cooled, variable speed diesel engine model 1660VE the set was mounted within a steel crash frame fabricated at our new workshops in Shropham. The engine is connected to a new large screen LED digital panel made by DeepSea and was programmed by our own site engineers enabling push button starting, quick speed control adjustment and with the pressure gauge mounted next to the panel the operator can safely judge the outlet pressure. Fitted with quick release couplings for connection to a new 5440 litre bunded bulk fuel tank, also supplied by Stuart Group the set is easily moveable with using the forklift pockets or the corner lifting eyes. Also supplied as part of the package was a new gate valve, 45deg discharge elbow along with new 10” suction and 8” flexible high pressure rated ANSI 300 flanged wire armour pipework. Checked, tested and painted prior to packing.
|5th December 2016
||Stuart Pumps - Newsletter
||29th November 2016
||Stuart Pumps and Power - Recent Sale
Stuart Pumps and Power - Recent Sale
Our customer was looking for a silent, cost effective option for a test pump at a fire safety training centre. We didn’t have a suitable used diesel engine driven pump within our current used stock but we were able to offer and deliver an electric pump, diesel engine generator and soft starter control panel as a complete kit all mounted on a single skid frame base. In addition to make the pump work automatically on demand a pressure switch was connected to the remote start function on the generator with a start delay timer fitted in the panel.
|12th October 2016
||Stuart Pumps – Recent arrival
Stuart Pumps – Recent arrival
|23rd September 2016
||Stuart Pumps – Recent sale dredging division
Stuart Pumps – Recent sale dredging division
Stuart Pumps has recently delivered a factory re-manufactured Toyo DP60B, 45kw dredging pump complete with at least 50m of cable. The pump is capable of a duty flow rate of 360m³/h at a head of 22m moving up to 60% solids by weight. In addition we supplied the soft starter pump control panel mounted in a steel protective frame and rain cover, 8” wire armour and poly delivery pipe, spare Bauer couplings along with 8” pipe floats so that the customer is receiving everything required to start dredging. All the equipment was loaded on a designated vehicle at our new 45acre Shropham site bound for Holland.
|30th August 2016
||Stuart Pumps - E Series already sold out
Stuart Pumps - E Series already sold out
Having reported in June the arrival of the new SPP Evolution series diesel engine dewatering pump; Stuart Group has already taken orders for all our stock and are now awaiting new arrivals. This new re-worked series pump has found itself to be even more competitive within an already busy market place. However with its new Murphy ML2000 control panel allowing for greater flexibility of uses and its clam shell for easier on site maintenance these pumps quickly sold out.
|15th August 2016
||Stuart Group – Race Trophy
Stuart Group - Race Trophy
Stuart Group Race Trophy
The race compromised of 18 competitors and after the race briefing, the drivers took to full race suits and helmet and entered the pit for a 10 lap grid warm up. After the 10 laps, it was no surprise to see Scott Hunt (Previous champion) take pole position on the grid only conspicuous by his own Stig helmet. The race was on and a gruelling 50 lap race was on seeing several spin outs and head on collisions into walls of tyres. As the race progressed, the pace increased as drivers mastered the Ellough Park Circuit and for some, the race was bone shakingly painful attempting to keep up with young keen race drivers. Triumph was unsure until the race drivers were presented with the results. Taking position on the podium in third place was Luke Downs, in second place, Scott Hunt and a new winning champion of Rhys Downs. Rhys took the trophy and to his delight, it was covered all in champagne. There followed a few drinks and some pizza with Rhys waiting to give autographs but there were few in the queue. Well done to all competitors, 60 laps in a full race suit on a lovely sunny summer evening was a major achievement.
|8th July 2016
||Stuart Power – Turnberry Hotel customer feedback
Stuart Power – Turnberry Hotel customer feedback
I would like to thank you for the first class service I received from you and your colleagues. The generator is now fixed. I will speak with John next week and see if I can arrange a service contract.
|17th June 2016
||Stuart Power – New FG Wilson PRO150 Stock
Stuart Power – New FG Wilson PRO150
Just arrived 10 brand new FG Wilson PRO150 (150kVA prime power).
|6th June 2016
||Stuart Pumps – New SPP E Series Stock
Stuart Pumps – New SPP E Series Stock
Newly arrived in stock at Stuart Group are the new 6” SPP E-series Evolution dewatering pumps. Mounted in a “clam” style sound attenuated canopy which can be mounted on forklift pockets, skid frame or road tow trailer. Fitted with a compressor auto-prime system and Yanmar diesel engine. Controlled via a Murphy, key start control panel.
|26th May 2016
||Stuart Pumps & Power – Recent sale
Stuart Pumps & Power – Recent sale
Stuart Group is supporting the UK quarry industry after a recent sale of a used FG Wilson 150kVA generator and used Godwin CD150M 6” diesel engine self-priming pump. Both sold fully tested, serviced and with up to a 3 month UK warranty. From quoting to point of delivery we were able to deliver within 7 working days meeting the customers’ demands to have their new mobile wash plant up and running producing product to generate profit.
|19th May 2016
||Stuart Group – Speedy
Stuart Group – Speedy
We are taking on speedy staff (whom had lost confidence in their past employer) to meet consistent growth with our ongoing fleet expansion, as of today we have approximately 100 new FG Wilson sets on order to meet the extra seasonal demand for 2016. This gives our stock about 900 sets 20 to 2000 KVA, sorry no tool hire range.
We are not offering any cut backs only meeting more new customers’ expectations every day.
Full-year loss for SpeedyWritten by Helen Wright - 17 May 2016
UK rental company Speedy hire has reported a £57.6 million (€74 million) pre-tax loss for fiscal 2015, while revenues dropped 12% year-on-year to £329 million (€421 million).
The company reported exceptional costs for the year ended March 2016 of £59.9 million (€76.7 million), including acquisitions and restructuring costs.
The international division has been restructured including the closure of operations in Egypt and Qatar and the sale of the business in Oman in the current financial year.
The group also withdrew from the UAE spot hire business in the previous year, but said its remaining oil and gas activities in the region were currently operating profitably.
In the UK and Ireland, where the majority of Speedy’s revenues are generated, the company said it had seen a partial recover in the final quarter. Nevertheless, revenues fell 12% year-on-year in this division to £309 million (€396 million).
Total capital expenditure during the year amounted to £69 million (€88.4 million), compared to £87.7 million (€112 million) for the 12 months to the end of March, 2015. Speedy said £57.8 million (€74 million) of its cap-ex spend was related to rental equipment.
Chief executive Russel Down said, “We have restructured the business, cut overheads to more closely align them with revenues, enhanced the management information generated from our systems and improved our cash performance. We are now starting to see an improvement in our culture and greater efficiencies throughout our operations.
“The business is starting to respond positively to the actions we are undertaking. With a renewed focus on sales, tighter overhead control and better management information with which to manage return on capital we are creating a solid platform for the future.”
And Jan Åstrand, executive chairman, added, “We are beginning to see the business responding to the actions being undertaken by the new management team with an improvement in our culture of accountability, customer service, and in driving greater efficiencies throughout our operations.”
|14th April 2016
||Stuart Power – 10 New Generators Delivered Today
Stuart Power – 10 New Generators Delivered Today
A Container full of 10 new generators arrived this morning all for stock, with another 10 due to arrive next week.
As you can see from the images above at Stuart Power we care about how we package our generators, this ensures that all our customers around the world always receive them in the best possible condition.
|8th April 2016
||Stuart Pumps – Recent pump build
Stuart Pumps – Recent pump build
Stuart Pumps was contracted by a Scottish firm to come up with a pump solution to replace a high pressure unit they currently rent. Upon investigation Stuart Pumps designed, specified and received an order to build a new unit using a pump purchased from SPP, New Iveco diesel engine and mounted it all on a chassis base with extras selected by the client.
|23rd March 2016
||Stuart Power – A Guarantee from our Company Managing Director
A Guarantee from our Company Managing Director
As the largest FG Wilson Dealer for the UK the products we offer for UK applications will meet our laws and protect you from prosecution.
|18th February 2016
||Stuart Pumps - FIRE FIGHTING WORLDWIDE
Stuart Pumps - FIRE FIGHTING WORLDWIDE - Recent Sale
Stuart Pumps has recently sold 4 used SPP diesel engine fire pump sets to Colombia. The LPCB approved KP10X and TD15A were fully factory tested and checked with test videos posted on our YouTube channel for the customer to view. Packed ready for sea freight shipping and due to arrive in port in South America March this year. With a further LPCB approved TD15A and TD20D fully factory tested with jockey pump, packed and drained of all fluids for the client to arrange collection for air freight.
|4th February 2016
||Stuart Pumps – Customer Feedback
Feedback recieved from one of our customers
Stuart Pumps Customer
Have to say really impressed with pump and service provided by yourself.
|7th January 2016
||Stuart Power – Immingham bridge construction
Immingham Bridge Construction
Stuart Group provided a power solution to Costain to allow a road access beneath a live railway line in Immingham as part of the A180/A160 infrastructure works. The project involved sliding a 3800 tonne concrete structure approximately 25 metres into position beneath the railway. The massive culvert-like structure was built in an excavation above a lower concrete slab which would form the foundation on which the bridge would slide.
|10th December 2015
||Stuart Pumps – Customer Feedback
Feedback recieved from one of our customers
Stuart Pumps Customer
The pump is working great by the way. Buying it rather than hiring was a good decision and buying it from you chaps was a good one too.
|12th November 2015
||Stuart Wells – View of a well point system for a new build house
well point system for a new build house
The client is building an off the shelf “flat pack” house that will be complete in 6 weeks from breaking ground. The site investigation identified an issue with the ground water level that would prevent the construction of the basement in the dry. A disposable well point system was therefore designed and installed by Stuart Wells around 3 sides of the basement with one side open to allow machine access to excavate down to the foundation level. This allowed the overlying sands and gravels to the chalk to excavated in the dry. The well points were installed over a 3 day period and commissioned ;the following day excavation took place and the blinding base layer was poured the following morning allowing the contractor to gain 2 days of programme and ensuring the client will be able to enjoy Christmas in their new house.
|14th October 2015
||Stuart Wells – Excellent ACHILLES Verify audit results
Excellent ACHILLES Verify audit results
The Stuart Group has received the best ever, almost perfect, Achilles UVDB Verify audit results since joining the Achilles Community 12 Years ago. This demonstrates our continued commitment to ensuring the Health, Safety and Welfare of our staff and customers, reducing the impact the company activities have on the environment and improving the Quality of our products and services for our customers.
|7th October 2015
||Stuart Wells – Safety Award Winner
Winner of best Observation Card for September
Winner of best Observation Card for September
D Manton of SW Services
Dave Manton identified an issue with the backfilling of a trench where water was causing the infill to become mobile and a hazard to others. Rather than just leave it, he ensured the backfilled trench was also fenced off so preventing anyone from walking on it. (Card entered 24th September).
Dave receiving the vouchers from Lagan Construction Manager, Robin Erskine
|6th October 2015
||Stuart Pumps – Recent supply of pumping plant to UK quarry
Recent supply of pumping plant to UK quarry
Recent contract delivered to supply a major UK based quarry/recycling company with pumping equipment for their brand new wash plant. We selected and delivered a clean water lagoon pump; Tsurumi GSZ37-5 37kw, 8” submersible pump with IDS cable, floating pontoon and pump support frame.
We then supplied 600m of 8" poly pipe complete with male-female Bauer couplings connecting into a new 75kw, SPP KP15G end suction booster pump to ensure 300m³/h was delivered at 6 bar pressure into the washing spray nozzles. Following cleaning of the product a new Linatex, rubber lined hard iron 200/150 pump belt driven by a over-slung 22kw motor was supplied to pump the recycled wash water back to a settlement lagoon.
All the pumps were supplied with soft starter control panels as site is powered by a FG Wilson generator, also supplied from Stuart Power.
If you have water pumping need we have it covered.
|5th October 2015
||We are at the Showman's Show Stand 161
Stuart Power at the Showman's Show
We can be found on Avenue B – Stand 161.
Stuart Power are exhibiting to consumers visiting the 2015 Showmans show, we hope you enjoy the many great exhibitions
Stuart Power are market leaders in the UK for hire and also sale genset solutions offering advice to our many visitors on the day in the area of parts, maintenance, Standby power, Prime power, and event power generation. We can help anyone from a large business to private individual, we even provide specialist all-in-one rental deals for perhaps a wedding, concert, festival or other large or small events. We would like to thank you for coming to see us at the Showman’s show, if you did miss us but have a need to rent a generator, buy a new or used generator or perhaps are looking for generator parts or service plans we are the company for you.
|18th September 2015
||Stuart Pumps - High Pressure Sale
Stuart Pumps - High Pressure Sale
Recently sold to a UK company for export to Africa. 2 off used SPP XH150 Autoprime pumps complete with Volvo, electric start diesel engines. These pumps with a close valve pressure of 16bar are ideal in jetting applications among others. In addition they each have a double mechanical seal running in a oil bath and automatic self-priming pumps allowing for dry suction lifts of up to 8.5m without damaging the pump end.
Just another example of having good used stock available which not only offers a cost saving but a shorter delivery time than a new pump.
|3rd August 2015
||Stuart Wells - Sizewell Power Station Safety Award For SWS Operative
Sizewell Power Station Safety Award For SWS Operative.
Stuart Wells are currently undertaking dewatering works at Sizewell Power Station.The abstracted waters discharge to an engineered lined settlement lagoon, which has had buoyancy aids placed on poles around the lagoon perimeter.
Dave Manton the SWS dewatering operative on site highlighted via the site safety suggestion box that should somebody be unfortunate to fall in and nobody noticed they would not be able to “reach the floatation ring on the poles” and as the lagoon is lined with a plastic membrane they would not be able to escape. Dave suggested that one of the rings was placed into the lagoon and that a simple ladder made from car tyres be placed in the lagoon so in the event someone should fall in and nobody noticed they would have a flotation device that they could reach and had a means of escaping from the lagoon via the car tyre ladder. When asked by the main contractor SHE advisor why he had thought of this Dave reply was that he had instigated this escape route on previous contracts but this was the first time he had received a safety award.
Congratualtion to Dave for this simple life saving suggestion.
|31st July 2015
||Stuart Power - What a customer said about our generator installation team
Our generator installation team.
A Comment from one of our customers on an installation carried out this week.
Just a quick email to say that your site operatives conduct over the past two days was exemplary and that they both are a credit to your company in their professional approach and attention to detail , please pass on my thoughts to them and your directorship. Ciaran’s assistance and help finding the issue with the low level alarm has saved us a potential future nightmare .
|31st July 2015
||Stuart Wells - Surf Snowdonia Opens Today
Surf Snowdonia opens today at the former aluminium works in North Wales.
This leisure facility - the largest man made surfing lake in the world now allows surfers to catch a manmade wave every 60 seconds . Stuart Wells involvement was to dewater the central location to install the apparatus that makes the waves over a distance of 300 metres.
The water once abstracted at 70,000 litres per hour over a nine month period was subsequently treated on site under a NRW mobile treatment licence allowing the treated waters to be discharge to the River Conwy a SSSI site ; with no environmental concerns over the duration of the works.Good luck to all you “hanging ten” at Surf Snowdonia!!!
|21st July 2015
||Stuart Group - Camp Bestival 2015
Camp Bestival 2015.
Camp Bestival 2015, taking place at Lulworth Castle will this year be powered by the Stuart Group. Check out the website for the full line up which includes the Kaiser Chiefs!
|8th July 2015
||Stuart Power - New F Range in the UK
New F Range in the UK.
Stuart Power are proud to announce they are the first FG Wilson dealer to sell the new F Range the UK. This range is ideal for all standby applications and offers savings of up to 32%..
|7th July 2015
||Stuart Power - 50 new generator sets
50 new generator sets.
July sees the arrival of 50 new generator sets to add to our existing strong rental fleet. We are also trialling a new remote monitoring system to decrease emergency call outs for our customers.
|7th July 2015
||Stuart Pumps - Moving the Ocean
Moving the Ocean.
Stuart Pumps was recently awarded a contract to a Scottish contractor for the hire of two 24” SPP auto self-priming diesel engine driven pumps, 1 as duty and 1 as standby. The pumps can move up to 5500m³/hr or 1527 litres per second of water which would be sufficient to fill 22 Olympic sized swimming pools (2,500,000 litres) in 1 hour. The units can self-prime from 8m and were supplied complete with 24” suction pipework along with a gate and non return valve on the outlet.
|6th July 2015
||Stuart Power - Installation
Stuart Power installation team completed a new generator install in record time this week putting us and the client significantly ahead of schedule.
|6th July 2015
||Stuart Power - 3 x 1250kVA generators
3 x 1250kVA generators.
Upon the arrival of 3 x 1250kVA generators our engineers were quick to get started on the upfit works ready for site up in Scotland. This is our second big project of the year.
|1st July 2015
||Stuart Power - Successful June
Stuart Power are pleased to announce they sold all of their stock units over 65kVA last month. New generators are already on their way and as a result we have increased our stock levels to enable us to continue fulfilling customers (and other FG Wilson dealers) orders.
|30th June 2015
||Stuart Group - Project Penguin
Stuart Group Ltd, a national power generating and specialist pumping company have successfully completed another major overseas contract. The project was to build a 4.5MW Containerised Diesel Engine Power Station in the Falkland Islands, a British Antarctic territory approximately 8,000 miles from Norfolk.
The Design Engineers set to work, producing detailed drawings including interfacing with a 30 year old system, a major conundrum. The devised strategy entailed the supply and modification of three 1700kVA FG Wilson Generators using Perkins engines. To give a scale of capacity, one of these, approximately the size of a double decker bus, would provide enough electricity to power around 800 houses. The unpredictable marine climate in the Falkland Islands, frequent strong gales, snow storms and sun all in a day, facilitated the need for essential adaptations to the containers. These included fitting heaters to the engines to keep the ambient temperature in the engines above 5° Celsius and the application of a specialised thick film paint system, appropriate for the salty marine environment. Special measures were taken for fuel management to avoid any adverse impact on the sensitive environment of the Island. In order to protect the containers from the elements whilst in transit they were wrapped in industrial cling film, a major feat!
Our Skilled Engineers set to work and from receipt of the components in Attleborough, delivery of completed generators to Southampton Port was just three weeks. The generators are now in their final resting place, accompanied temporarily by two Stuart Group Installation and Commissioning Engineers. Stuart Group would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of their team throughout this challenging venture. Stuart Group’s manufacturing facility is based in Attleborough, Norfolk and employs 65 people from the local area. They also have two Service Centres in the Midlands and Humberside.
|30th June 2015
||Stuart Pumps - Recent export contract to Germany
Export to Germany.
In an competitive market place where start up costs can increase with the need for new pumps, Stuart Pumps were able to offer a viable alternative through our used range. Sold to Germany, 2 used SPP Autoprime XH150 units with Caterpillar diesel engines along with 3 used Sulzer Oil Bingham bareshaft pumps. The XH150’s have been put to use on the sites fire suppression system as pictured. The Sulzer pumps are to be used on another application on a site which has been re-energized and would have been left unused and decay over time. Another example of putting to use pumps which would have normally been scrapped as waste.
|30th January 2015
||Stuart Group - Supporting The Sea Cadets.
Supporting The Sea Cadets.
The Stuart Group are proud to support the sea cadets through donations. You too can show support and help the next generation by donating anything from 2.00 to help pay for the running of facilities up to 2,500 which will buy a new boat and equipment. By doing so generations to come will benefit, the sea cadets allow children of all ages and abilities a chance to experience and grow, boosting confidence and life skills, bonding and leadership through new and exciting challenges. The sea cadets rely heavily on your donations and like ourselves we encourage others to make a donation to the sea cadets to enable their great work. For every pound donated, 93 pence goes directly to aid activities.
|5th December 2014
||Stuart Group FORS Registered.
Stuart Group FORS Registered.
The Stuart Group
The Stuart Group and its subsidiary companies are registered as traders operating under the TFL Fors program. "The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a free, voluntary scheme operated by TfL (Transport For London). It encourages sustainable best practice for road freight operators who deliver in, and service, London or who intend to do so. FORS promotes safe working practices, legal compliance and safety of road freight operations in London" As a Stuart Group customer you can be assured by this accreditation you are utilizing a responsible and safe organisation for your generator, water pump or well service needs in and around London.
If Your Need More Information Please Get In Touch
0500 459 876
|27th November 2014
||Supplying Dredge Pumps Globally
Supplying Dredge Pumps Globally
Stuart Pumps have seen recent success in the supply of their range of submersible dredging pumps. Recent contracts awarded in Cameroon, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Holland and Ireland. With their robust construction and careful selection of materials these pumps offer excellent abrasion resistance which coupled with a low speed high torque motor ensures long service life and economical operation.
If You Are Not Sure Of the Pump You Need Please Get In Touch
Phone free to speak to a member of our pump sales team, we are happy to help
0500 459 876
|27th October 2014
||Generating Success At The Showmans Show.
Generating Success At The Showmans Show.
Stuart Power exhibited to consumers visiting from throughout the country at the 2014 Showmans show, we hope you enjoyed the many great exhibitions
Stuart Power are market leaders in the UK for hire and also sale genset solutions offering advice to our many visitors on the day in the area of parts, maintenance, Standby power, Prime power, and event power generation. Experts, we can help anyone from a large business to private individual, we even provide specialist all-in-one rental deals for perhaps a wedding, concert, festival or other large or small events. We thank you for coming to see us at the Showmans show, if you missed us but have a need to rent a generator, buy a new or used generator or perhaps are looking for generator parts or service plans we are the company for you.
Please Get In Touch
Phone free to speak to a friendly representative, we are happy to help
0500 459 876
|24th May 2014
||Progress Group, Go Into Administration.
Progress Group, Go Into Administration.
The Stuart Group regret to announce administration proceedings of the Progress Group which were a fellow FG Wilson supplier to the UK and have now finalised trading. The Progress Group provided temporary and permanent power, similar to the Stuart Group and had departments which included generator sales & solutions, generator hire, generator service & parts, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and temporary electrics solutions.
The Progress Group offered a 24 hours a day, 365 days a year after sales service.
With the Progress Group no longer trading and as a fellow FG Wilson supplier the Stuart Group can help and step in to supply service agreements, parts, and similar FG Wilson generator solutions in their place.
We wish all the team at the Progress Group the best of luck for the future, however we are here to help.
The Stuart Group is now the UK's largest FG Wilson dealer.
Have you ordered with the Progress Group and now feeling left in the dark? We are able to continue any orders which are in progress or are currently pending. We offer a large range of rental generator solutions, so if you have been left without a genset rental company do not hesitate to give us a call. UK temporary electrics provided by Stuart Power, rentals.
0500 459 876
|24th July 2013
||Celebrating 30 Years!
Celebrating 30 Years!
Stuart Group held a commemorative event in honour of our long serving employees which included a buffet lunch for all our staff. We would like to offer a special thanks to everyone who was involved in putting this event together including our Caterers, George Dolby and Alison Sayer. A big congratulations to Russell Tregent and Rod Tebble who were named as Directors yesterday.