Blade launches large booms division

25 November 2018

UK truck mounted platform specialist Blade Access is expanding into the self-propelled sector with the launch of a sister company, Blade Access SP Ltd, to rent large booms in the 33m to 60m working height range.

The business will be headed by Tim White, the former Lavendon and Riwal UK manager, who has been running his own consultancy since leaving Riwal just over two years ago.

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A 90m truck mount in the Blade Access fleet.

White, who will be a Director at the company, said there were plans to add additional specialist platforms to the fleet in the future to further broaden the product offering.

Blade Access is already a well-known truck and track mounted platform supplier in the UK and USA, with 15 years’ experience.

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