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The Briggs Equipment Blog


Why keep floors clean?

Keeping a tidy work environment reduces safety hazards, but leaving debris on the floor can also cause unnecessary damage to any equipment that drives over it, combined with the infiltration of airborne dust into equipment radiators and air filters which can result in...

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Life after the military

After 25 years in the REME, Duncan Boulter decided it was time to try his hand at something different, and after discovering an advert for a Field Service Engineer for Briggs Equipment and doing a little research into the company background, decided to apply. Duncan...

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Controlling warehouse costs

It is commonly understood that a successful warehouse operation must optimise the two key ingredients; space and time. To control costs and optimise productivity we can break this down into three considerations; space, staff and equipment. All must work harmoniously...

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Lee Hardy Racing reflect on 2017 Macau Grand Prix

Lee Hardy Racing returned earlier this week from the Macau Grand Prix which gave Gary Johnson a strong sixth place finish on the Briggs Equipment Kawasaki ZX-10RR although the meeting was tragically overshadowed by a serious accident involving Daniel Hegarty who sadly...

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Johnson qualifies tenth quickest for Macau Grand Prix

Gary Johnson and the Briggs Equipment Kawasaki ZX-10R will line up on the fourth row of the grid for Saturday’s 51st Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix after the Lincolnshire rider qualified in tenth place. Rain earlier in the week gave way to warm, dry weather on Thursday...

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Apprentices do it at full throttle

Personal professional development and building skills for the future are important parts of Briggs Equipment’s culture. Having the knowledge and expertise to service the vast array of equipment that we supply requires the kind of confidence that comes from thorough...

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