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01 May 2008

Kestrel Powered Access claims to be the UK's largest singledepot access renter following the recent addition of 10 new Niftylift HR 12 platforms. The investment brings its fleet up to 350 units. “Contrary to the normal view, we believe...it's good to have all our eggs in one basket because it enables us to be highly efficient, flexible and to offer the highest standard of personal customer service,” said Colin Stone, Kestrel's finance director (pictured center). Kestrel's managing director, Mark Lay, is seen left. The Bristolbased company employs 26 people.

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