Doka expands into scaffolding

By Euan Youdale24 November 2020

Formwork specialist Doka has partnered with US-based scaffolding manufacturer AT-PAC to expand into the global scaffolding market.

Doka has invested in AT-PAC’s shares and will supply its scaffold products worldwide, offering both sales and rental services.

_MG_8384A

At-Pac Ringlock system

Doka CEO Harald Ziebula said it represented a major milestone in the company’s growth strategy; “With this strategic partnership we offer much more than just scaffolding. We are now offering - as we have been doing in the formwork sector for decades - well thought-out scaffolding solutions and services to our customers.

“This complements the formwork perfectly and gives us a further pillar. This business field is more constant and offers continuous growth opportunities.”

The deal means AT-PAC’s Ringlock scaffolding product range will now be available globally and customers will also have access to a digital construction service. Doka’s international network also enables AT-PAC to respond to individual customer requirements.

Jeff Davis, CEO of At-Pac said, “With Doka we have a strong partner in the construction industry. This strategic partnership means that Doka’s customers can benefit above all from the fact that they get everything from a single source”.

Based in Houston, Texas, and founded in 1995, AT-PAC produces scaffolding for industrial, municipal and commercial applications. As well as its North American operations, it has offices in Australia, the UK, the Netherlands, China, Chile and Bolivia. 

MAGAZINE
NEWSLETTER
Delivered directly to your inbox, World Construction Week Newsletter features the pick of the breaking news stories, product launches, show reports and more from KHL's world-class editorial team.
Longer Reads
Why the rental sector is expanding its services
Major equipment rental companies around the world are extending the services they can offer
5 OEMs meeting construction’s electrification challenge
As the construction equipment continues to meet the alternative energy challenge head on, here’s a roundup of some recent electric-powered offerings from OEMs
How FDI can lead Vietnam’s MEWP covid resurgence
The country is suffering acutely from Covid-19, yet its MEWP market holds great potential, as rental pioneer TNC explains 
CONNECT WITH THE TEAM
Andy Brown Editor, International Construction Tel: +44 (0) 1892 786 224 E-mail: andy.brown@khl.com
Simon Kelly Sales Manager Tel: +44 (0) 1892 786 223 E-mail: simon.kelly@khl.com
CONNECT WITH SOCIAL MEDIA