As one of the UK’s leading suppliers of hoists for hire to the construction and industrial sectors, we have been supplying Alimak and Stros hoists to customers for over 25 years.

Products

At GB Access, we provide rental hoists of all types, sizes and configurations to companies across the UK.

Each year we invest in our staff by ensuring they are trained to a high standard, and we purchase new hoists to make sure you hire reliable and safe equipment for construction and industrial sites.

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Services

As a specialist company in the hoist rental market we have developed a wide range of services to satisfy our customers' needs.

At GB Access and A-Plant, we are firmly committed to ‘Delivering Service Excellence’ and we believe that every member of the team has a crucial part to play in delivering exceptional customer service.

Health and Safety

We are setting the Safety Standard

GB Access and A-Plant pride themselves on having the most robust and intrinsically developed quality and safety management system in the industry. We are the first national rental company in Europe to achieve complete certification to ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, ISO 20121: 2012 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standard, which means our customers can have complete confidence in our ongoing commitment to improving quality and health and safety.

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Latest News & Updates

Welcome to the second issue of Interact, our customer newsletter. A-Plant now has 16 divisions providing equipment solutions across all sectors and in this issue, we have shared some stories of our teams in action, whether this be our presence at Plantworx, the launch of our new BIM library or demonstrating our commitment to collaborating with our customers on major projects, there is something for everyone.

A-Plant, the UK’s leading equipment rental company and part of FTSE 100 company Ashtead Group plc has become an accredited Real Living Wage (RLW) employer. This will lead to salary increases for over 700 employees across the A-Plant business.

On Tuesday 18th April 2017, organisations from across the UK infrastructure sector will take part in a national initiative called Stop. Make a Change. Sites, offices and production facilities will be putting work on hold to focus on how everyone can work together to build a healthier and safer industry.

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