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28 February 2008

The first Euro platform access conference co-organised by Access International and the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) attracted over 100 rental company managers, equipment dealersand manufacturers. Highlights ofthe event included Lavendon's Kevin Appleton advising rental companies to retain their machines longer, and Haulotte's Pierrick Lourdain warning that accessmanufacturers may have to take adirect role in rental because of the financial weakness of some rental companies.

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