German crane and access rental company Gräber Arbeitsbühnen has opened its sixth location, with a seventh planned for the new year.
The new location is in Lahr on the A5 north of Freiburg, adding to the company’s extensive coverage in Germany’s south west region. It is also planning to open a new location in Singen, not that far from its Konstanz base.
A part of the expansion Gräber has taken delivery of 10 Haulotte aerial work platforms, including two 60ft HA20LE Pro articulated boom lifts, an 86ft HT28 RTJ Pro telescopic boom, a Star 10 mast boom and six compact Rough Terrain scissor lifts including the 26ft Compact 10DX and 33ft Compact 12DX.
image  (\(L-R\)Uwe Machui of Gräber, Sven Willmann of Haulotte and Benjamin Steffahn of Gräber)
Gräber Arbeitsbühnen was established in Konstaz in 1996 by Alexander Gräber, and added its second branch 12 years later in 2008, when it opened its doors in Donaueschingen to the north west of Konstanz. A third location came in 2010 with the opening in Weingarten near Ravensburg, the fourth branch opened in 2017 with Weil am Rhein near Basel, while the fifth came the following year with the location in Tannheim near Memmingen, also in Baden-Württemberg.