Access Hire orders from CPL

By Leila Steed02 November 2020

One of Access Hire Nationwide's new Renault Master K38P van mounted platforms from CPL

One of Access Hire Nationwide’s new Renault Master K38P van mounted platforms from CPL

UK-based Access Hire Nationwide has ordered 21 customised van mounted platforms from CPL, part of the Klubb Group.

A subsidiary of Kelling Group, Access Hire is a specialist in hire of vehicle mounted access platforms and other specialist vehicles.

The company, which worked closely with CPL on the customised vehicles, will take a delivery of the adapted Renault Master K38P vans later this year.

Stephen Moore, CEO of Kelling Group, Access Hire’s parent Group, said, “With the largest and most modern VMAP fleet in the UK, we will continue to invest to provide our customers with the best and most modern products, along with a dedicated 24/7/365 service offering.”

He added, “The K38P will make a welcome, important, and growing addition to our VMAP fleet”.

According to CPL, Access Hire’s new models include a shorter rear step, which offers both a weight saving and allows for easier manoeuvrability.

CPL, which is part of the French vehicle mount manufacturer Klubb Group, said the order had further strengthened its relationship with AHN.

Paul Murphy, managing director of CPL, said, ‘’We have always worked with Access Hire to ensure they have access equipment built to the safest and best quality possible with a short and on time delivery.”

He added, “We have gained AHN as a van mount customer due to a number of factors including: Type approval on the Renault Master, quality and honesty’’.

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