Isokon responds to growing rental demand

30 August 2019

Slovenia-based composite ground protection and temporary access mat manufacturer Isokon is responding to growing demand from rental companies by expanding its production capacity by 50%.

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The Isotrack range of composite mats features the company’s Isotraction surface structure design that provides enhanced grip

Over the past two years, the company has seen demand from rental companies, in particular, increase by 30%.

Isokon Managing Director, Uros Znidaric, said, “We are currently gearing up for a significant increase in production capacity of our Isotrack mats, particularly for Isotrack X, to meet demand from rental companies in India, Russia, Europe and North America.

“This exciting chapter in the strategic roll out of the Isotrack brand will include significant investment in production facilities outside of Europe.”

The company will be investing an undisclosed amount in new assembly lines in India and Russia.

The growth has been attributed to the fact that customers are looking for alternatives to traditional wood, steel and concrete mats, and Isokon says its Isotrack range of composite mats offer an effective solution that is quick to assemble and has the company’s Isotraction surface structure design that provides enhanced grip.

Isokon also emphasised the importance of its willingness to work with customers to develop bespoke solutions.

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