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A panel of leading access industry figures discuss the affects of Covid-19 on the access sector now and in the years ahead. The round-table discussion was held at the end of May and a recorded version is now available to view. The discussion focuses on the challenges faced by equipment manufacturers, rental companies and end users, as well as assessing how the pandemic might bring about new working practices.
Participants on the panel:
Armin Rappen - CEO, Mateco
Don Kenny - CEO, Loxam Powered Access
Jacco de Kluijver - VP Sales and Marketing EMEAR, Genie
Peter Douglas - CEO, International Powered Access Federation (IPAF).
The discussion will be moderated by Euan Youdale, Editor of AI.
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