Access Alliance informed by IAPS

By Euan Youdale18 June 2014

The UK’s Access Alliance visits IAPS Group

The UK’s Access Alliance visits IAPS Group

Members of the UK’s Access Alliance visited IAPS Group to learn more about parts provision from IPS, its replacement parts division.

The UK association of independent rental companies was also at the IAPS' headquarters in Telford to hear about its new Outriggerpads brand.

The group’s equipment sales division, APS, is the exclusive UK distributor for a number of brands, including MEC, Isoli, Hinowa and Youngman BoSS, which were also on show.

This latest Alliance meeting was chaired by Jonathan Till, owner of association member GT Access, based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.

Mr Till said, “We can only deliver such a high level of service if we work with partners who share our values. Our members therefore really welcomed the opportunity to meet with IAPS Group and find out more about its products and services.”

Founded in 2010, the Access Alliance now has 16 member businesses across the UK, offering a combined rental fleet of more than 5,000 powered access platforms.

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