Paper mill goes up with Loxam's help

08 December 2008

Max Bogl uses Loxam machines to help construct a paper mill.

Max Bogl uses Loxam machines to help construct a paper mill.

When the German contractor Max Bogl was given the task of erecting the concrete structure for a new paper mill at Kings Lynn in the UK it approached, Loxam Access to help with the demanding access requirements.

Max Bogl's is currently renting 19 platforms ranging from 10 m diesel scissors to 40 m articulating diesel booms for use on the job. The project is expected to run until March 2009 and is running on-time without having encountered any unforeseen problems.

This in part due to Loxam's policy to support its customers, irrespective of project size, with an engineer onsite once a week to inspect all machines.

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