Riwal expands in domestic market

By Sarah Ann McCay05 December 2013

Riwal’s new depot in Leek, the Netherlands

Riwal’s new depot in Leek, the Netherlands

Netherlands-based rental firm Riwal is expanding in its domestic market with the opening of a fourth depot in the country. The firm has opened in Leek, near Groningen, to cover the northern area of the Netherlands.

The new Groningen depot will provide aerial work platforms and telehandlers for rent. In addition, this location will also offer additional services such as sales of access equipment, technical support, parts service and training courses.

Riwal’s country manager for the Benelux, Henk van den Boom, said: “We are focused on providing the highest levels of safety, productivity, and service for our customers, and opening in Groningen supports that goal. We also look forward to helping new customers with their access needs as our Groningen team pushes forward with our newest location."

The new office joins Riwal’s network across the Benelux, which includes branches in Dordrecht, Amsterdam and Eindhoven in the Netherlands as well as Genk in Belgium.

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