Two Way Radio & Equipment Hire

Long and short term rental options.  There is no event to big or small!

Whether you require a few portable radios for a one-day event, a range of portable radios for a month-long operation, to boost a mining project or need to get radios quickly into the hands of volunteers or staff responding to an emergency situation, Gencom has you covered.

We can design a competitive communication package adapted to your needs with minimal capital outlay. Installed quickly and backed by full training for your team, we’ll keep you connected with support and the spare parts, accessories and maintenance you need, when you need it.

Our fleet of rental equipment covers mobile radios, hand-held portable radios, control stations, remote microphones, battery chargers and conditioners, carry accessories and anything related to your two-way communication needs.

There are numerous benefits to renting your radio equipment:

  • It’s cost-effective – There is no capital outlay.  Only pay for what you need, when you need it and for as long as you need it.  It’s also tax deductible.
  • Our 24-hour support, training and simple user guides matched by our ability to provide your radio rental equipment promptly ensures you stay connected easily and quickly.
  • Our rental service lets you select the radio technology you need for every unique circumstance and gives you access to local and wide area coverage.
  • You will have no licensing worries and will have access to multiple private pre-programmed channels with as many as you require
Rentals Services

We are Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Sydney’s two-way communication specialists. Supplying two-way radio rentals for all sectors including major Events, Sporting, Music and Festivals, Film and TV, Hospitality, Mining Operations and Petrochemical sites, Manufacturing and Construction, Transportation and Logistic and Security Personnel.

Let Gencom’s team of communication experts tailor a package to suit your specific needs!

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