Wolffkrann and Streif partnership

15 April 2008

Pictured, from left to right, are:Sigmund Przybilla, managing director, Streif Baulogistik Polska;Dr

Pictured, from left to right, are:Sigmund Przybilla, managing director, Streif Baulogistik Polska;Dr. Peter Schiefer, managing partner,Wolffkran; Czeslaw Legut, managing director, Streif Baulogistik U

Streif Baulogistik and Wolffkran have signed a marketing partnership agreement for the Ukrainian market. A fleet of tower cranes will be set up for hire in the Ukraine and Eastern Europe. Wolffkran will benefit from the Streif network and crane sales will be added at a later date.

“As with our p artner HTC in England, we are opening up a new market, not by establishing a branch of our own but by collaboration with a service provider operating on an international scale,”said Peter Schiefer, Wolffkran managing partner.

Streif Baulogistik, a Hochtief subsidiary, is a construction service company offering construction site and other related infrastructure and logistic services. The logistics specialist aims to save customers time and money by offerin g combined services in construction site equipment, handling of all construction matters and optimising construction site operations.

“In choosing Streif Baulogistik, we are backing a leading construction machinery hire company,”Schiefer said. “In 1994 we collaborated very effectively with Hochtief and Streif Baulogistik on the construction of the Commerzbank in Frankfurt am Main. Since 2005 we have also been very successfully working with both companies on the terminal extension at Vienna airport. A joint endeavour in Ukraine will strengthen our well established partnership”, Schiefer continued.

“We would like to further expand our successful hire business in Ukraine. We are, therefore, adding top quality tower cranes to our fleet of cranes, initially for hire and later on also for sale,”said Thorsten Wiesendorfer, Streif Baulogistik managing director.

“Both partners are committed in pioneering work on the Ukrainian market with their crane marketing project. Customers benefit from having cranes and all accompanying logistic services for their construction projects provided by one supplier,”Wiesendorfer continued.

Pictured, from left to right, are: Sigmund Przybilla, managing director, Streif Baulogistik Polska; Dr. Peter Schiefer, managing partner, Wolffkran; Czeslaw Legut, managing director, Streif Baulogistik Ukraina; Thorsten Wiesendorfer, managing director, Streif Baulogistik GmbH; Frederik Reu, international marketing, Wolffkran.

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