NEWS

JOHNSON ACCESS BUYS BIGGEST ARTICULATING BOOM LIFT IN AFRICA
3 July 2008

Hi-Reach Manlift, the official Genie distributor in Southern Africa, recently sold the biggest articulating boom lift in Africa to the Germiston-based access rental company, Johnson Access.

 

The unit, a Genie Z-135/70 was imported to supplement the Johnson Access rental fleet and the five superbooms they already have in their fleet. Johnson Access has these units working all over Southern Africa, including in Zambia and the DRC. George Landsberg, Managing Director of the company tells that medium-term demand for such big machines is quite buoyant with the 2010 stadium work currently in progress as well as power station refurbishment projects being planned.

 

The Z-135/70 has a maximum working height of 43.15m and a maximum horizontal outreach of 21.26m with the riser retracted. It also has a 5.87m below-ground reach which is fairly unique as a result of its extendable jib. Another unique feature is its Xchassis™ extendable axles, which it is planned will be featured in other Genie superbooms in future as well.

 

Jose de Paiva, the Johnson Access KZN Branch Manager (and now also a shareholder) was present at off-loading of the unit from the RORO cargo ship in the port of Durban. He was very impressed at the smooth functioning of all the controls and the extreme stability of the machine at height. He says the fact that the machine is not only a 4x4 unit but also has 4-wheel steer. This gives this big machine a total of four steering modes.

 



 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS LIGHT TOWER STOLEN
12 May 2008

Calvin Manchers, Fleet Manager at Johnson Access, reported that a trailer mounted light tower was stolen from a construction site in Mpumalanga over the week-end of 15 March 2008.

 

The unit, a Genie TML-400N operates from an on-board 6 kVA generator and has four 1,000 watt metal lamps on a 8m mast. The machine was working on a site at Oogies at the time when it was removed from the site over the week-end by persons unknown. The serial number on the machine is TML06-971.

 



 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS SAYS GOOD BYE TO DEAN JONES
10 August 2007

Johnson Access said farewell to it’s Operations Director and shareholder, Dean Jones at a recent going-away function. Dean is leaving South Africa to join Johnson Arabia as Operations Manager in Dubai.

 

Dean has been with the company for over 7 years having started as Operations Manager in July 2000. He was promoted to Operations Director when the company was purchased from Murray & Roberts in 2002.



 
 
 
NEW JOHNSON ACCESS MANAGEMENT TEAM
1 August 2007

At the recent farewell of Johnson Access’ Operations Director, Dean Jones, a new management team was announced. In his announcement speech the Managing Director, George Landsberg, welcomed this new team and assured them that they will have his full support as well as that of the rest of the staff. Dean Jones is leaving South Africa to take up a position in Dubai with Johnson Arabia.

 

The new appointments were; Jose de Paiva (Branch Manager: KZN), Gary Russell (Sales Manager), Calvin Manchers (Fleet Manager) and Leonard Fourie (Hire Desk Manager).

 

On the picture below they appear from left to right: Leonard Fourie, Gary Russell, Jose de Paiva, Calvin Manchers and George Landsberg.



 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS GROWING TOWARDS 2010
4 May 2007

Local aerial work platform rental company, Johnson Access has stepped up a gear this year in its growth plans by embarking on a capital expenditure programme in excess of R35-million. Managing Director, George Landsberg says the growth is currently demand-driven due to the increase in large infrastructural projects such as Gautrain, the pending sports facility work required for the Soccer World Cup in 2010, as well as general South African economic growth. This is resulting in increased demand in virtually all market segments. Increased awareness of the importance of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWP’s) in the overall Work at Height industry is also developing rapidly.

 

The increase in its fleet has necessitated some fairly major restructuring of the organization and has led to a number of new staff appointments. Some of these changes are also in response to Johnson’s Operations Director deciding to pursue career opportunities in the Middle East. Dean Jones, one of three Johnson Access shareholders, will be joining Johnson Arabia in Dubai towards the end of 2007. Johnson Arabia is a growing force in the Middle Eastern market and will be expanding in that region in the very near future. According to George Landsberg, Dean will definitely have a major role to play in that regard.

 

Jose de Paiva, Johnson’s Branch Manager for KwaZulu Natal, highlights the strong demand for diesel boom and diesel scissor lifts in the market. He believes this trend will continue for the next few years at least and cites the increased awareness of the safety and productivity benefits of powered access as one of the main reasons for this. Demand is also growing for the hire of the company’s trailer-mounted light towers. These TML-4000N units have an 8.5m tower, 4x 100 watt metal halide lamps and an on-board 6 kW 50 Hz generator with a water-cooled Perkins diesel engine.

 

In the pursuit of their fleet acquisition programme, Dean Jones and Frank Shortridge has recently visited the internationally acclaimed BAUMA 2007 in Munich, Germany to look at some new products such as the new Genie Z-40/23N electric articulating boom lifts and GS-3232 scissor lifts, as well as the Genie and JLG superbooms (around 40m working height).

 

Knowing these industry mavericks, don’t be too surprised to see some of these new machines appearing on South African sites and shopping centres in the very near future.



 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS HIRES OUT LIGHT TOWERS
28 March 2007

Johnson Access has also now included some trailer-mounted light towers into its growing rental fleet. The units are all Genie TML-4000N units with the following specifications:

  • Convenient 8.5 m extended tower height.
  • Four 1,000 watt metal halide lights. Each light comes with an individual circuit breaker switch for greater flexibility of power use.
  • Horizontally mounted lamp assembly generates a more even distribution of light over job site.
  • Durable cast aluminum lamp fixtures with tempered glass lenses attached to hinged frames. Convenient bulb replacement accessibility.
  • "Tool-less" Quick Aim™ system features a rotational wheel and spring-latch engagement point for both horizontal and vertical adjustment of each lamp fixture.
  • Genie's patent-pending tilt-actuating system provides the ability to vertically aim all four lamp fixtures from ground level.
  • Dual tower rotation handles and innovative handle-activated locking mechanism to quickly lock tower in desired position.
  • UHMW plastic slide pads used throughout the entire mast assembly provide long life and high level of corrosion resistance.
  • Patented fold-down outrigger system includes dual deployment positions allowing easy setup on uneven surfaces.
  • Front panels are covered with an "ultra tough" polyurethane coating to prevent rust and corrosion.
  • Impact-resistant foam core polyethylene plastic fenders will not rust.
  • Display panel is illuminated for operator convenience.
  • Controls are located behind a separate panel for easy access.
  • Field-proven cable routing system provides one of the cleanest and best-protected power cable routing systems in the industry.
  • TML-4000N can run continuously for 60 hours between fueling. TML-4000 features an industry-leading continuous run-time rating of 100 hours between fueling.
  • Forklift pockets and a crane attachment point provide easy transport on and off delivery vehicles.
  • Pad-lockable covers.
  • Stainless steel hinges on all covers resist rust and corrosion.


 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS RATED AS BBBEE CONTRIBUTOR
27 March 2008

An independant rating agency, SizweNtsaluba VSP has again rated Johnson Access as a BBBEE contributor in terms of the DTI's rating standard (Code 800) as gazetted in February 2007.



 
 
 
NEEDLESS VANDALISM
31 May 2005

Over the long weekend at the beginning of May, two teenagers decided that a session of bumper cars would be the game of choice.  They managed to slip past the security officer at the site of the new Bridgestone warehouse in Elandsfontein, Gauteng, and bypassed the ignitions on four JLG aerial access platforms owned by Johnson Access.

 

By repeatedly ramming the platforms into one another and into walls of the building under construction, they succeeded in writing off two machines completely, causing extensive damage to another, superficial damage to a fourth and structural damage to the building.  This little escapade caused millions of Rands of damage and the only high point is that the two boys were caught red handed and taken to the SAPS for charging.

 

George Landsberg, MD of Johnson Access said: “We don’t know at this stage if the youngsters will be brought to book as they are minors, but let this be a warning that even if you think your machines are in a supposedly secure environment, you can never be 100% sure they are safe. This cost us at least six weeks in lost production time.”



 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS ACHIEVES CENTURION FLEET STATUS
5 October 2004

South African access hire company Johnson Access has passed the 100-unit mark with its fleet size during September 2004 with the delivery of the first of a batch of 10 battery-powered scissor lifts from JLG Industries. This order includes four 10m scissors, four 10m narrow scissors as well as two 12m scissor lifts, all of the new generation ES-series that is building up a reputation for its exceptional battery life cycles.

Further deliveries of twelve Genie boom and scissor lifts are also in progress, a deal that was concluded at the Bauma show in Germany earlier this year. This order includes another S125 Superboom with a maximum working height of 40m to add to the Superboom they already have in their fleet, the biggest in Sub-Saharan Africa. Also included in the deliveries are Genie GS-5390 and GS-4390 rough-terrain megadeck scissor lifts with working heights of 18m and 15m respectively, again the highest scissors available in Sub-Saharan Africa. Andre Freire, Genie’s General Manager for South America and Southern Africa, commented that this was the biggest order by value in his region for this last year.

These latest additions mean that the company has more than doubled its fleet size during the 22 months since the current shareholders acquired the company from Murray & Roberts in November 2002. Its shareholding by Hosken Consolidated Investments Limited (HCI) through Mettle makes Johnson Access the only BEE access rental company in South Africa and they have been audited and accredited as such by numerous organisations including the South African Mining Preferential Procurement Forum (SAMPPF).

During 2004 Johnson Access established a branch in Durban and they are continuing their expansion across South Africa, having also opened a branch in Pretoria in 2003 (following the acquisition of the Talisman Access Hire fleet). It is believed that setting up in Cape Town is currently on the cards but Johnson Access Managing Director, George Landsberg, could not be drawn on the timing of the move, saying that they are busy with discussions with various role players at present. We will be watching this space.

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS BUYS TALISMAN ACCESS HIRE FLEET
14 February 2004

South African access hire company Johnson Access has acquired the access platform fleet of Talisman Access Hire in Pretoria, again increasing its fleet and further consolidating its position as the largest supplier of mobile and trailer mounted aerial work platforms in Southern Africa. The acquisition follows the opening of Johnson Access’ first branches in Pretoria and Durban. It is very much in line with the companies stated strategic intent to get closer to its areas of operations. The company also purchased the access fleet of Omnistruct Engineering Services during this last financial year.

George Landsberg, Managing Director of Johnson Access, says the purchase is an ongoing part of their expansion drive. This includes plans to open up a network of branches in major centers. The Pretoria branch was successfully launched in May last year and the company is thus well positioned to service the access requirements of its customers in Tswane and the areas to the North and West of it. Landsberg explains that they jumped at the opportunity to purchase the Talisman Access Hire fleet when Talisman decided to exit the access hire market this year. He continues, “Our good relationship with Talisman’s owner, Colin du Plessis and General Manager, Riaan Senekal, has made the deal and the pending transition a potentially smooth one”.

A branch was also establised in Durban recently and will be fully operational by the end of the first quarter of 2004. The newly appointed Branch Manager, Jose de Paiva has a successful track record in the powered access industry and will be dedicated to the KwaZulu Natal region.

Dean Jones, Operations Director of the company suggests that branches in Cape Town, Polokwane and Port Elizabeth are on the cards in the not too distant future. He says that their expansion programme has been necessitated by a strong increase in the number and kind of applications that the equipment is being used for. For example, in industrial applications, more and more manufacturing and process plants are moving towards powered access as a quicker, safer and more productive alternative to traditional scaffolding.

The strong growth of the South African film industry is another area of growth as is the exhibition industry. Johnson Access has for example recently completed some projects in the KwaZulu Natal Midlands and PieterMaritzburg for a film made by US and South African film companies and is currently on set for film shoots in Johannesburg, Cape Town and also Namibia. In addition to these, the company’s equipment is used in the petrochemical, chemical, mining, and construction industries and for applications such as mechanical, electrical and instrumental installations, as well as air conditioning, fire prevention, security system applications, advertising and media applications, at airports for building, hangar and aircraft maintenance and for warehousing and stock taking.

Against this background, Landsberg is confident about the company’s growth prospects over the next 5 years. It was previously reported that Landsberg and Jones teamed up with empowerment financial services company Mettle Limited to purchase Johnson Access in July 2002. With Hoskens Consolidated Investments’ (HCI) indirect shareholding through Mettle, Johnson Access can claim to be the only access rental company in South Africa with a significant black empowerment shareholding.

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS ACQUIRES OMNISTRUCT ACCESS FLEET
15 September 2003

We reported in previous issues that Johnson Access, the access hire company in Gauteng has engaged a rather aggressive growth strategy when they acquired a number of machines from JLG Industries and Genie Africa. The latest development is that they also bought out the access platform fleet of Omnistruct Engineering Services. This includes the Genie S-125 Superboom, a telescopic boom lift with a maximum working height of some 40 metres and the biggest such machine in Southern Africa. This machine is a 4-wheel drive and 4-wheel steerable unit and has already been used successfully at a number of construction projects and mines in South Africa.

These machines will be used in their branches in Germiston and Pretoria respectively. Johnson Access will also be adding some more boom lifts and scissor lifts to their fleet over the balance of their current financial year. At present the company has scissor lifts with working heights of up to 15m and a large number of other boom lifts, both diesel and battery-powered. They also have a total of ten trailer-mounted articulated boom lifts that are ideal for applications where a number of different sites need to be serviced during the hire period.

George Landsberg, MD of Johnson Access said that they've had a rehire relationship with Omnistruct for the past 2 years and when Omnistruct decided to sell their fleet, he immediately leapt at the opportunity as this fleet of Genie self-propelled machines has proven themselves over and over. He states that Johnson Access not only has the biggest machines in the country but also the biggest and most versatile fleet available in Southern Africa.

Rob Kennedy, CEO of Omnistruct Engineering Services, explained; "We sold off the fleet of aerial work platforms, which we generally bought for our own use, as we needed to increase our focus on Crane Hire which is seen as our core business. As Johnson Access was our single biggest outside client, it made sense to approach them when we thought of disposing of the fleet."

According to Johnson's Operations Director, Dean Jones, this expansion was necessitated by an increase in industrial applications where more and more manufacturing and process plants are moving towards powered access as a quicker, safer and more productive alternative to traditional scaffolding. This means that more customers are looking at the long-term rental of aerial work platforms to provide for their ongoing access requirements for factory and plant maintenance and repairs.

Jones invites: "Discover a faster easier way to reach elevated work areas, by hiring high performance aerial work platforms from Johnson Access. We offer a wide selection of articulating and telescopic boom lifts, rough terrain and electric slab scissor lifts, electric boom lifts and trailer mounted articulating boom lifts. Our flexible hire teams and our commitment to quality, service and support, will help keep you performing on a higher level.

International standards of safety and quality are strictly adhered to, guaranteeing excellence in all Johnson Access' endeavours. Reliability is ensured by on-going compliance with the manufacturers' recommended service and maintenance programmes for all our elevated work platforms. Every customer is a valued business partner. Through a personalised customer orientated service, we aim to form strategic partnerships that connect customers' needs and values with those of Johnson Access. This allows us to better understand customers' needs and requirements, and they in turn appreciate the value we can add to their businesses. Our commitment to making good on undertakings given, and achieving win-win workable solutions in partnerships with customers, is the ethos of our business."

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS CONTINUES ITS GROWTH
12 May 2003

Johnson Access, the aerial work platform hiring company in Gauteng has been stepping up its growth rate over the last few months when they purchased a number of new access platforms from both JLG Industries and Genie Africa. They have added a number of boom lifts including some 22m plus units ideal for operating on construction sites and on mines.

Johnson Access will also be adding even more boom lifts and scissor lifts to their ever-increasing fleet with an aggressive capex and fleet expansion programme for the new financial year. According to Dean Jones (Operations Director), they had a number of platforms on order at the time of this interview whilst the introduction of even more diesel boom lifts and specifically some super-booms were on the cards. At present the company have scissor lifts with working heights of up to 15m and boom lifts that can reach up to a maximum of 40m.

According to Jones this expansion is necessitated by an increase in industrial applications where more and more manufacturing and process plants are moving towards powered access as a quicker, safer and more productive alternative to traditional scaffolding. This means that more customers are looking at the long-term rental of aerial work platforms to provide for their ongoing access requirements for factory and plant maintenance and repairs.

The company has been operating across Southern Africa for the last 3 years but to date have not had any branches outside of their home base in Roodekop, Germiston. In the process they have supplied access platforms to customers as far afield as Mozambique, KZN, Botswana, Namibia, Mossel Bay and Limpopo. Now they have embarked on a regional expansion programme, which should see them establishing a true national presence over the next few years.

George Landsberg, Johnson Access' Managing Director said that their intention is to open branches closer to the various centres they are servicing, to enable them to serve the needs of their customers more effectively and to improve response times. The first of these branches was opened in Pretoria in April and the northern areas will be covered out of that branch. Operating out of Mitchell Street in Pretoria, Leonard Jacobs is dedicated to Pretoria, Centurion, Brits, Rosslyn and the areas north of Tswane. They are also in the process of setting up in Durban within a few months as they already have a number of machines working in the KZN area.

The company has been showing phenomenal growth since its inception in November 1999. At the time they were under the wing of the Murray & Roberts Group. This changed after July 2002, when the two Johnson Access Directors, George Landsberg and Dean Jones teamed up with Mettle Ltd to purchase the company from M&R. With the newfound independence and the cash infusion into the company, the company was able to increase its growth and to consolidate its position as the biggest hirer of access platforms in Southern Africa. With Hoskins Consolidated Investments' (HCI) indirect shareholding through Mettle, Johnson Access can now also claim to be the only access rental company in South Africa with a significant Black Empowerment shareholding.

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS INCREASING ITS FOOTPRINT
7 April 2003

Johnson Access, the aerial work platform hiring company from Germiston has been operating nationwide for the last 3 years but to date have not had any branches outside of their home base in Roodekop Industrial. In the process they have supplied access platforms to customers in centres as far as Mozambique, KZN, Botswana, Namibia, Mossel Bay and Limpopo. Now they have embarked on an expansion programme, which should see them establishing a true national presence over the next few years.

George Landsberg, Johnson Access’ MD said that their intention is to open branches closer to the various centres they are servicing, to enable them to serve the needs of their customers more effectively and to improve response times. The first of these branches was opened in Pretoria in April and the northern areas will be covered out of that branch. Operating out of Mitchell Street in Pretoria, Leonard Jacobs would be dedicated to Pretoria, Centurion, Brits, Rosslyn and the areas north of Tswane. They are also in the process of setting up in Durban within a few months as they already have a number of machines working in the KZN area.

The company has been showing rather phenomenal growth since its inception in November 1999. At the time they were under the wing of the Murray & Roberts Group. This changed after July 2002, when two Johnson Access Directors, George Landsberg (MD) and Dean Jones (Operations Director) teamed up with Mettle Ltd to purchase the company from M&R. With the newfound independence and the cash infusion into the company, the company was able to increase its growth and to consolidate its position as the biggest hirer of access platforms in Southern Africa. With Hoskins Consolidated Investments’ (HCI) indirect shareholding through Mettle, Johnson Access can now also claim to be the only access rental company in South Africa with a significant Black Empowerment shareholding.

Apart from the new branches being opened, Johnson Access will also be adding even more boom lifts and scissor lifts to their ever-increasing fleet with an aggressive capex and fleet expansion programme. According to Dean Jones, they had a number of platforms on order at the time of this interview whilst the introduction of even more diesel boom lifts and specifically some super-booms were on the cards. At present the company have scissor lifts with working heights of up to 15m and boom lifts that can reach up to a maximum of 40m.

This expansion is according to Jones, necessitated by an increase in industrial applications where more and more manufacturing and process plants are moving towards powered access as a quicker, safer and more productive alternative to traditional scaffolding. This means that more customers are looking at the long-term rental of aerial work platforms to provide for their ongoing access requirements for factory and plant maintenance and repairs.

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS (PTY) LTD
16 February 2001

Landsberg believes that the South African market for the rental of powered access is totally underdeveloped compared to the rest of the world and that use of this technology can generate huge cost savings and productivity and safety gains for users. Market acceptance and the use of powered access are growing at an exciting pace internationally.

Johnson’s aerial access work platforms, which were obtained from the top international manufacturers (Genie, JLG and Upright), are robust, easy to operate and designed to meet and exceed the most stringent international manufacturing and safety standards.

Johnson’s Operations Manager, Dean Jones explains: “Powered access equipment allows for substantial increases in productivity and worker safety, while at the same time reducing costs. Maintenance crews and contractors often find they can complete the work in a third of the time that traditional methods of accessing heights, such as scaffolding and ladders, would have taken - a boost for our countries pressured maintenance crews, time sensitive projects and general contractors.”

“Access work platforms are designed to give workers safe, quick and easy access to hard-to-reach areas. Elevating the worker and his equipment to the required position in seconds saves time and eliminates the frustration experienced with old-style scaffolding or ladders. Most of our access equipment are driveable and steerable by the worker at full height, enabling him to work continuously further increasing productivity.

“Aerial access work platforms are safer by design than many alternatives, providing the worker with secure and stable work environment at height, enabling him to concentrate on the work at hand. By working smarter rather than harder, fatigue and stress – the major reasons for accidents – are reduced.”

Reliability, ease of use and the diversity of applications mean a wide end user customer base. Commercial maintenance teams, contractors, construction companies, manufacturing and industrial plants, petroleum and chemical refineries, aviation facilities and harbours, successfully use access equipment internationally – a trend that is now also emerging in the South African markets. Entertainment, commercial and retail centres can also use access platforms for general maintenance.

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS GOING HIGHER AND HIGHER
2 January 2001

Johnson Access is continuing its growth in the rental market for access platforms. According to George Landsberg, General Manager and Director of this fast-growing rental company, they have just acquired a further 25 aerial work platforms in their fleet. This makes them the biggest player in the powered access market having grown to this position in less than two years.

The Johnson fleet currently consists of self-propelled articulated boom lifts with working heights of up to 26.2m, telescopic boom lifts with a 21.95m working height, scissor lifts up to 14m as well as trailer-mounted units up to 17m. Such units are available in diesel- and/or battery-powered options. These machines are all acquired from the top 3 international manufacturers, Genie Industries, JLG and Upright and comply with the strict ANSI and CE requirements.

Landsberg stated that the new additions to the fleet will allow Johnson Access to expand their operations and improve their service levels to their customers. With an ever increasing customer base in the building, construction, petrochemical, electrical and industrial sectors, it is envisaged that further platform acquisitions will be forthcoming early in this year.

 
 
 
JOHNSON ACCESS (PTY) LTD
4 February 2000

Johnson Access, a new company was recently established in Roodekop, Germiston to cater for the powered access needs of a range of industries in Southern Africa. The company, headed up by George Landsberg, has already secured several contracts from major clients on projects such as the Mozal Aluminium Smelter Project in Maputo, the Sun City Million Dollar Golf Championship, the Johannesburg International Airport upgrade and more recently for the Sasol Group.

Johnson Access’ Operations Director, John Lebon says that the Sasol contract is only part of a further process of investigations into the productivity and safety features of aerial work platforms by the Sasol Netgain team. This is a group of specialists in the Sasol Group dedicated to improving productivity and safety in the group and aims to position Sasol at the leading edge with regards to world competitiveness.

Landsberg believes that the South African market for the rental of powered access is totally underdeveloped compared to the rest of the world and that use of this technology can generate huge cost savings and productivity and safety gains for users. Market acceptance and the use of powered access are growing at an exciting pace internationally.

Johnson’s aerial access work platforms, which at this stage were all obtained from JLG Industries, are robust, easy to operate and designed to meet and exceed the most stringent international manufacturing and safety standards.

JLG’s Chad Pope explains: “Powered access equipment allows for significant increases in productivity and worker safety, while reducing costs. Maintenance crews and contractors often find they have completed the work in a third of the time that traditional methods of accessing heights, such as scaffolding and ladders, would have taken - a boost for pressured maintenance crews, time sensitive projects and general contractors.

“Access work platforms are designed to give workers safe, quick and easy access to hard to reach areas. Elevating the worker and his equipment to the required position in seconds saves time and eliminates the frustration experienced with old style scaffolding or ladders. Most of the access equipment are driveable and steerable by the worker at full height, enabling him to work continuously further increasing productivity.

“Aerial access work platforms are safer by design than many alternatives, providing the worker with secure and stable work environment at height, enabling him to concentrate on the work at hand. By working smarter rather than harder, fatigue and stress – the major reasons for accidents – are reduced.”

Reliability, ease of use and the diversity of applications mean a wide end user customer base. Commercial maintenance teams, contractors, construction companies, manufacturing and industrial plants, petroleum and chemical refineries, aviation facilities and harbours, successfully use access equipment. Entertainment, commercial and retail centres can use access platforms for general maintenance.

 
 
 
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