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XSPlatforms scaffolding and suspended platform systems for warehouse maintenance opens office in Belgium

XSPlatforms is proud to announce that it has opened an office in Belgium, thus expanding the company’s worldwide presence. Although the office will offer the complete product range of XSPlatforms, to begin with the focus will be on fall protection and building maintenance units.

The office in Gent, Belgium, will be managed by Olivier Bolle. He has been active since 1998 in the French and Belgian markets for fall protection. He has tremendous experience and in the past has worked for distributors and installers. Combining his knowledge of the market with the innovation, technology and experience of XSPlatforms opens the door to great opportunities and increases XSPlatforms’ presence in the French and Belgian markets.

Worldwide. The worldwide expansion of XSPlatforms enhances the company’s ability to focus on customer-specific requests and to become a specialist in customer-market and specific legislation. XSPlatforms will continue to lead the market for safety equipment for people working at height. The company’s products and services exceed the latest standards throughout the world.

XSPlatforms. XSPlatforms designs, constructs, assembles and operates systems for accessing the facades of high-rises. The systems are made to measure and can be delivered turnkey. They are installed worldwide and in accordance with all relevant legislation. XSPlatforms is the specialist in external access to innovative architecture and complex building structures. Safe working at height: your safety in our hands.

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