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Hi all - looking for some help,

 

I write for a publication called Cranes & Access and was hoping to get a better understanding of how the Arb industry feels about using powered access (MEWPs/cherry pickers) and cranes for an article I am writing.

 

I’d be interested to hear from anyone that either uses them on a regular basis; uses them sporadically; and those that have never or will never use them.

 

To take part in the survey, please click on the link below. You will only be required to answer 5 questions and it shouldn’t take longer than a minute.

 

http://bit.ly/CnA_Arb 

 

All submissions are completely anonymously with the data being used to work out the averages of the industry as a whole. Saying that, if you would like to provide

further thoughts and opinions on the subject there is space to do so after completing the survey.

 

Thanks!

 

Ed

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Hello we are undergoing a rather large crane job in Dulwich London if you’d like to see first hand on how and why we use them for certain jobs.
Will be commencing in a couple of months.

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