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Merger of Total High Access Solutions and Mobile Platform Hire (UK)

03 May 2018

Total High Access Solutions, part of the Total Solutions Group, has merged with truck mounted access specialists Mobile Platform Hire (UK).

The merger extends the Total High Access Solutions capability with truck mounted high access equipment, which is used extensively for exterior building maintenance, façade cleaning, construction and utilities. Adam Tucker has joined the Group to become the Divisional Managing Director and co-owner of Total High Access Solutions.

Sharmin Akter, Managing Director, Total Solutions Group commented: “This merger will combine the truck mounted platforms of Mobile Platform Hire (UK) with Total High Access Solutions’ fleet of spider lifts. This allows us to offer solutions to the needs of our combined customer base and the requirements of new customers.”

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