Lavendon Access Services (Lavendon) is proud to announce the completion of a strategic powered access agreement with Skanska.
This arrangement marks the first major group agreement between Lavendon and all of Skanska UK’s operating units. The agreement positions Lavendon as Skanska’s preferred supplier of powered access in the UK in a deal worth over £1 million.
The deal sees the alignment of Europe’s largest powered access provider with Skanska, one of the most dynamic global providers of building and support services.
The aim of the agreement is to reduce operating costs by the efficient use of powered access equipment and resources, and by the promotion of an environment of cost consciousness. The agreement will promote health, safety, quality and environmental issues throughout both businesses.
Skanska’s Procurement and Supply Chain Director, Andrew MacAskill, said: “By combining all of our group companies within this agreement we will be able to realise considerable economies and operational efficiencies. This national agreement places a clear emphasis on the importance of safe and efficient ways in which to work at height. With phentermine online europe this new alliance, our main aim is to increase productivity whilst maintaining a safe and injury free environment.”
Lavendon Access Services’ Chief Executive for the UK and Middle East, Andy Wright, said:
“As the largest provider of powered access in Europe, we are delighted to have concluded this agreement and look forward to working closely with Skanska.
“We operate in nine countries and have over 100 locations across Europe and the Middle East, so there is great potential to develop this mutually beneficial relationship even further.
As the market leader in powered access, we have an excellent understanding of our customers’ needs. We provide the best possible service, not just by supplying equipment, but by understanding how it is most efficiently used. We provide solutions, we are always looking to innovate, and we are determined to push the boundaries of our industry.”
For further information regarding Lavendon Access Services please contact Emily Lowth: Tel +44 (0)1455 206719 or email firstname.lastname@example.org