Access Platforms Aberdeen invests in new Haulottes

30 September 2009

Left to right: Robbie Petrie, managing director of Access Platforms Aberdeen; Dave Roddy, account ma

Left to right: Robbie Petrie, managing director of Access Platforms Aberdeen; Dave Roddy, account manager Haulotte UK ;Mark Stephen, financial director, and Peter Todd, director, from Access Platforms

UK rental company, Access Platforms Aberdeen has signed a £2 million order to buy a range of scissor lifts and booms from Haulotte UK.

Access Platforms Aberdeen was set up four years ago and the business has grown significantly since then adding a new depot in Elgin in March of this year and planning expansion into Inverness at the beginning of 2010. Robbie Petrie, managing director, said, "I chose Haulotte because of the quality and reliability of their machines and the excellent back up and service. Our customers appreciate the versatility and features and benefits of Haulotte machines, like the HA16PX 16 metre articulating boom with 9.1 m outreach and continuous turret rotation."

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