01 May 2008

This 8500 m2 depot in Madrid, opened on 8 July, represents an investment of €10 million for access rental company Umesa. The facility, which replaces an earlier smaller location, is designed to consolidate Umesa's operations in Madrid and to “attack and reinforce the market in the south of the country.” The depot was officially opened by Spain's minister for industry, tourism and trade, Jose Montilla, who welcomed the company's investment; “Companies like Umesa help to improve the safety of workers operating at height.”

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