ATN joins IPAF

By Sarah Ann McCay05 March 2014

ATN's 12m rough terrain scissor CX-12.

ATN's 12m rough terrain scissor CX-12.

French aerial work platform manufacturer ATN has joined the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF).

ATN sales manager David Beltrame said, “In each machine manufactured, ATN is committed to safety. Our name must always be synonymous with safety and becoming an IPAF member helps us to stay up to date about new rules, new materials and new safety systems necessary for safe work.”

ATN joins IPAF as a member of the association but is also considering the possibility of becoming an IPAF training centre in the near future.

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