Painting the world with Haulotte

By Leila Steed18 March 2020

Haulotte has taken note of street art from around the world that has been created by artists using its aerial platforms.

The access equipment manufacturer has released a number of images depicting urban artwork in France, Malaysia, Morocco and the United Kingdom.

Haulotte street_art_malaysia

Street art in Malaysia

The company said that street artists were using its access equipment to help create the works of art which, in addition to being very large, are located on hard-to-reach surfaces.

Haulotte said “They need a comfortable access platform which ensure maximum safety and high productivity. Haulotte scissors and articulating booms are particularly valued for their versatility.” 

 

 

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