As a leading equipment rental provider, Ashtead Technology has joined The Survey Association (TSA) as an equipment rental provider for the research and inspection industry.

TSA is the trade association for commercial research companies in the United Kingdom. It promotes best practices in the research industry, provides guidance on new methods and techniques, and lists appropriately qualified and experienced companies that conduct research or supply the research industry.

This comes as Ashtead Technology has expanded its range of research and inspection equipment to include GNSS systems, levels, tube lasers, scanning systems, total stations, utility locators and sewer inspection cameras.

Ben Travis, Regional General Manager, said: “We are pleased to have been accepted by The Survey Association as a member of the supplier in recognition of the rental equipment we offer to the research and inspection industry. We look forward to all the opportunities that our membership will create.

“In addition, we are excited to attend GEO Business in May, where we will showcase our growing range of research equipment. We look forward to meeting and talking to many geospatial experts. ”

GEO Business 2022 will be held at ExCeL London on 18you-19you May 2022 and Ashtead Technology equipment will be on display at stand GA49.

Research and inspection companies rent this equipment when their own is not available or when they need more during peak demand. Hiring research and inspection equipment is also a great way to try out new technologies before committing to a purchase, and offers significant cost savings. Ashtead Technology offers market-leading prices and currently offers generous discounts on rental offers to new customers. For more information on the full range of research and inspection equipment, visit

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