The Brightlights Story
£775,000 was invested further into Brightlights’ tower light hire fleet, that’s £2.3m since 2013. Brightlights also relocated from Wickford to Barking, Essex in April.
£554,000 was invested in more fleet equipment, TL90s, BL1s and Echo Power Cubes.
Brightlights is acquired by A-Plant, part of FTSE100 company Ashtead Group plc.
Another £561,000 was invested in more BL1 and TL90 tower lights.
Over £460,000 was invested in brand new BL1 and TL90 tower light ranges.
Brightlights is acquired by Eve Trakway, the original pioneers of trakway systems.
Brightlights wins temporary lighting contract for Download Festival in Castle Donington, supplying 90 tower lights and have done so every year since.
Brightlights wins temporary lighting contract for V Festival in Chelmsford, supplying 135 tower lights and have done so every year since.
Brightlights was formed and opened its first Service Centre in Wickford, Essex.