HWS buys 45 JLG platforms

By Maria Hadlow17 July 2012

Netherlands based Rental company HWS Vehuur has invested in 45 JLG aerial work platforms bought from Riwal. The purchase consists of a range of machines: scissors and booms including 28m working height telescopic booms.

HWS has bought the machines in order to expand the fleet, which now consists of approximately 900 units.

The directors and owners of HWS, Toby van de Kooij en Paul van Boven, said, "We have great confidence in the JLG brand that already is a big part of our fleet. In addition our relationship with Riwal, the official JLG dealer in the Netherlands, made this decision even easier."

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