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Star Platforms invests in PowerTowers

29 Jun 17 Powered access hire company Star Platforms is consolidating its low level access inventory around PowerTower products.

Richard Miller and Brian King shake on the deal
Richard Miller and Brian King shake on the deal

Star Platforms has bought 100 low level access platforms from PowerTower for its hire fleet.

“Due to increasing demand from our customer base for a full range of low level access platforms (both push around and self-propelled products), we have decided to enhance our low-level access offering,” said Star sales director Bryan Freeman. “We have standardised our low-level product range now to all PowerTower products, including the following models: Peco, Eco, Nano, Nano SP and PowerTower lifts. We have experienced excellent user acceptance from our customers which has helped influence our purchasing decision.”

Joint managing director Richard Miller added: “As with all our approved suppliers, we have chosen PowerTower because they are easy to do business with, have good availability, are flexible and offer first class aftersales support and service.”

PowerTower managing director Brian King said: “We have worked with Star Platforms since they commenced operating in 2014 and have enjoyed witnessing their rapid growth over the past three years. We are delighted to have been selected as their low-level access partner of choice and look forward to continuing our excellent relationship with them in the future.”

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