HWS Invests In New HQ And Fleet

20 March 2008

Netherlands access specialist HWS Verhuur is expanding its rental business, investing €3.5 million on a new headquarters/depot and a further €6 million on 200 new aerial platforms. Its fleet size will rise to 650 units.

The new 5000 m2 facility, which includes a three–storey 1090 m2office block, is being built in the Klei Oost area of Noordwijk in the west of The Netherlands. It will open in December this year.

At the same time the company is expanding its fleet with an order for 170 JLG machines – acquired from Riwal – as well as 30 units from Niftylift, Teupen, Holland Lift, UpRight, Aichi and Genie. The largest model is JLG's 1350SJP, which will come equipped with a 230 V generator in the basket.

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