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Riwal opens new depot
Wednesday, 15 Feb 2017 ( #808 ) - Rotterdam, Netherlands
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Riwal's Maasvlakte 2 depot
Aerial work platform and telehandler rental specialist Riwal has opened a new depot in the port of Rotterdam.

The new depot in an area of the port known as Maasvlakte 2 is in line with Riwal’s strategy of providing broad market coverage and strengthening its local presence.  

Johan van Klinken, country manager for Riwal Benelux, says: "Our business in the port of Rotterdam is continuously growing. From this new location, Riwal can further accelerate the rental process and easily provide access solutions to customers for any job to be done at height in the port area."

Van Klinken says the new depot puts Riwal’s service close to its customers, maximising transport efficiency.

Maasvlakte Rotterdam is Riwal’s eighth depot in the Benelux.

Headquartered in the Netherlands, Riwal employs over 1,500 people, has depot operations in 16 countries and conducts business in over 60 countries.
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