Power Towers supply deal with ASC

By Euan Youdale10 May 2021

Low level access equipment manufacturer Power Towers, part of JLG Industries, has signed a major supply agreement with ASC Group, in the Benelux.

JLG Power Towers logo

ASC, which up until now has specialised in traditional forms of low level access, such as mobile platforms, ladders and scaffolds for construction fit-out and industrial installations, repair and maintenance, signed an exclusive agreement with Power Towers in March to offer its alternative pusharound and powered access products.

“We are extremely happy adding another ‘traditional’ access reseller to our customer portfolio”, said Jonathan Dawson, managing director at Power Towers. “Over the past years, we have been advocating strongly in our market that there is a safer way to work at height. ASC Group will collaborate with Power Towers to expand the distribution network in the Benelux, particularly focusing on ladder replacement sales. The agreement is yet another step towards a future where ladders will no longer be the go-to means to access low level heights.”

ASC Group logo

ASC Group will carry Power Towers’ complete product portfolio, which reaches up to 5.1m working height, and is designed to provide greater efficiency, improved worker ergonomics and a reduced risk of falling when working at height.

“With the addition of Power Towers’ products to our range, we can offer a broad range of solutions for work at low level heights”, said Ralf Hereijgers, sales manager at ASC Group. “The addition of these products also allows us to extend our sales activities into different industries, further penetrating the market in the Benelux and offer alternatives to more traditional means of access.“

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