Mills orders $41.6m worth of aerial platforms

By Murray Pollok17 June 2013

Brazilian company Mills Estruturas e Serviços de Engenharia (Mills) has placed orders for new aerial platforms worth US$41.6 million, with monthly deliveries starting this month until the end of the year.

The contracts follow the increase in the capital expenditure budget announced in May “to meet the strong market demand and [Mills’] geographic expansion, through 12 new branch openings in 2013.”

In May the company increased its capital expenditure budget for this year by more than 60% to R$481million ($226 million), including a more than doubling of its budget for the Rental division, to R$274 million ($129 million).

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