Power Towers supply deal with Boels

By Euan Youdale23 October 2020

Low level access specialist Power Towers, part of JLG Industries, has announced a new supply agreement with Boels Rental.

Boels Rental is significantly expanding its low level access offering with the Power Towers line of innovative products designed to change the way work is done on construction fit-outs.


The new PT facility in Leicester, UK. 

“Great to see Power Towers growing on the continent and a partner like Boels committing to low level access and driving method change supported by the Power Towers team. The first large order is going through the new factory at 100% capacity”, said Jonathan Dawson, managing director at Power Towers. “We are very pleased to see their confidence in low level access, identifying our products as a growth area during these challenging times.”

Boels has invested in the Peco and Ecolift - manually powered products with 3.5m and 4.2m working heights, the Nano SP - a self propelled model, with a 4.5m working height and a 50cm platform extension for up and over work, and a number of Power Tower push around lifts with powered elevation, allowing the worker to reach 5.1m.


René Sanders, sales manager Netherlands at Boels Rental

Boels’ sales manager Netherlands, René Sanders, commented, “Safety and efficiency in construction fit-out play an increasingly important role. More customers talk to us about the restricted use of ladders and seek alternatives that reduce safety risks and improve productivity on site.

“With the addition of the Power Towers product to our fleet, we can fulfil the need from our customers to invest in safety and efficiency”, said Ton Brockbernd, purchasing manager at Boels Rental. “Work needs to be completed safely and efficiently and these products fill the gap when our customers seek alternative solutions to traditional methods.”


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