Spiderlift grows team

By Maria Hadlow09 March 2009

Paul Blackwell, joins The Spiderlift Company as rental development manager.

Paul Blackwell, joins The Spiderlift Company as rental development manager.

The UK based Ranger Group of companies has added several new members of staff to its rental operation, The Spiderlift Company. The new appointments will help to support the continuing expansion of the company which specialises in the rental of Teupen Leo spider-lifts.

Paul Blackwell joins as rental development manager; Shelley White takes on the newly created role of operations manager while technical support has been strengthened with the appointment of Graham Davis as engineer.

Paul Blackwell will be developing rental business for The Spiderlift Company's fleet of Teupen spider-lifts under the direction of Andy Bray, who becomes managing director.

Mr Blackwell said, "This is a very exciting time to join The Spiderlift Company. Working with a premium brand and a fleet of new machines is a rental manager's dream.

"We are just coming out of a construction boom, so the Teupen Leos, with their very low floor loadings and all-terrain capabilities, including stairs, are perfect for maintenance of these modern-day buildings."

Mr Blackwell has worked in access rental and transport logistics, having previously worked for TDG, Excel Logistics, Wizard Workspace, Nationwide Access and most recently, Kimberly Access.

These latest appointments at The Spiderlift Company come in advance of a move, this Spring, to larger premises.

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