IPAF opens new HQ
By Maria Hadlow18 July 2010
IPAF (International Powered Access Federation) has officially opened its new headquarters based just down the road from its original base in Milnthorpe, Cumbria UK.
The opening was attended by several past presidents and previous managing director Paul Adorian, supporters of the organisation and staff. The yellow ribbon was cut by current IPAF president and president of Skyjack , Steve Shaugnessey .
The company was welcomed by managing director Tim Whiteman and between them: Mr Whiteman, Mr Shaugnessy and past-president John Ball praised the work of the IPAF staff, and the committee members who give up their time to promote safety and the powered access industry.
Mr Ball also spoke about the increasing international scope of IPAF and to support this, the new premises has excellent facilities including high-speed broadband and video conferencing. The facility is far more spacious than the previous building and has room for further expansion.
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