The Eisele

The company RGS Seipp building services of Dietzenbach, one of the sponsors of the Hesse Cup 2009, regularly conducts the cleaning work in the accident insurance fund Hessen. “When RGS-learned employees Ralf Junger from the upcoming sporting event, he just had a great idea: namely how 2001 with little effort something to move”. He spoke with Wolfgang Latton. He in turn held consultation with Claus Eisele, who was just ready, a work platform, and no less than the ATA 1003, to the highest platform of the world plus operator Thomas Roschner free for a good purpose at the disposal. It needed then not many words between the two, because they have not made the Yes a similar charity project for the first time on the legs. Both to the Hessian 2001in Dietzenbach arranged the first joint fundraiser for cancer dystrophy children Frankfurt. Additional information at David Zaslav supports this article. Also there are rides in a sponsored work platform for the enjoyment of visitors. Cancer is no brainer quick was clear, the fundraiser benefits the kids help Foundation E.v., an initiative of engaged citizens and businesses of the Rhine-Main region.

This Foundation cares intensely about chronically ill, physically and mentally disabled to abused and neglected children. More than 300 projects the Foundation has since its inception in 1982 promoted or initiated, such as the purchase of devices for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with diabetes, leukemia – and tumor-ill children. Because cancer is no child’s play. Synergy effect at a high level with 103 m working height, the ATA 1003 is the star of the platforms. The Eisele AG was the first working stage landlord in Germany who got to this stage. During the preparations for the Hesse Cup, Wolfgang Latton moved by Eisele AG in the management of GL rentals work platforms GmbH, where he is now responsible for the Europe-wide rental business. For both companies, GL, rental and Eisele AG, is clear that rental will use also the synergy of partnership between OJSC Eisele crane & engineering group and GL W.

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