For years now Boels Rental has been lending a helping hand in the areas of construction, industry and events by providing reliable machines and equipment that comply with the strictest conditions.Go to the website
If you are renovating or cannot use your kitchen due to unforeseen circumstances or during busy times or events, Boels’ portable kitchens, cooling units and kitchen equipment are always good alternatives for replacing or providing additional kitchen capacity.Go to the website
Survey & Laser is a leading provider of specialist surveying instruments. Our wide range of surveying instruments is complemented by a similarly comprehensive offering of safety equipment and underground working apparatus.Go to the website
Belgian company Aerocircular disassembles aircrafts for recycling and up-cycling, and only works with zero-emission machines from Boels. In doing so, it embraces a fully sustainable, zero-emission rental solution.
In the German town of Sandersdorf-Brehna, construction is in full swing on the world's most modern paper factory. Boels is closely involved with every phase of the project. In order to be able to build the production halls measuring 35 metres in height and a length of 450 metres, the rental company has supplied a wide variety of aerial work platforms.
More and more companies are noticing an upturn in demand for working and building sustainably. Not just because clients are requesting this specifically in their tenders, but also because companies themselves want to contribute to reducing CO2 emissions. Investing in a completely new line of zero-emission machines, however, is expensive. The solution is to rent. And Boels is the ideal rental partner.
The Nederrijn bridge on the A50 motorway – an important link in the (inter)national north-south traffic corridor in the Netherlands - is currently undergoing large-scale reconstruction. Main contractor Mourik Infra B.V. (including Vogel B.V. and Vogel Kathodische Bescherming B.V.) and Brabotech B.V. sought cooperation with Boels immediately after the project was awarded.
More and more leaders in industry are opting for the very strong service and comprehensive product range of Boels. Sif Group, one of the world's largest manufacturers of steel pipes with a length of up to 120 metres, has also made this choice. The pipes are used for the foundations of wind turbines and for oil and gas platforms at sea.
Kaufland is a leading German supermarket group with more than 700 branches in Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland, Croatia, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Romania. Boels played an important role during the construction of the new Kaufland site in Backnang in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.
A large corporation contacted Boels One Call last winter to see if Boels was able to help with heating the office building. The regular heater had broken down and a temporary solution was urgently needed.
In an era in which we increasingly experience the effects of climate change, sustainable initiatives are more important than ever. Helios is a good example of this. This Austrian project – unique in Europe – combines heat from solar energy and landfill gas with extensive storage capacity. A complex project which, among other things, required the construction of a major solar thermal energy installation with solar panels covering an area of 2,000 m2. The energy generated by the installation is transferred directly into the city heating network in Graz.
The mine complex in Beringen (Belgium) covers 100,000 m2, making it the largest industrial heritage site in Flanders. Under the name of be-MINE, 32 hectares will be redeveloped to create an area for residential homes, businesses, shops and leisure facilities. Two construction companies, Van Roey Groep and Democo, have set up a trade association called THV Mijnbouw specially for this ten-year project. Their rental partner is Boels Rental.
For the construction of a modern apartment complex in Valkenswaard, in the Dutch province of Brabant, boilers were needed, among other equipment, to dry the concrete and screed floors quickly and effectively. The complex consists of a total of 38 apartments. In six of these, the floors have already been dried with the help of three 22 kW mobile boilers. The contractor for the project, Bots Bouwgroep, knew which specialised party it could trust: its reliable partner, Boels Rental.
When making alterations to supermarkets, construction company Fried van de Laar uses the equipment supplied by its regular equipment rental partner: Boels Rental.
The new Noorderbrug section was connected to the existing bridge structure in Maastricht (the Netherlands) in August 2017. The contractor responsible for this project, Strukton Civiel Projecten B.V., used Boels Rental equipment to ensure that this impressive operation was completed in just two weeks.
The project for refurbishing and renewing all the train station platforms at Venlo-Blerick (the Netherlands) had been won on a tight deadline and subject to strict conditions. So the customer, Knipscheer Rail-Infra B.V., needed a supplier of rental equipment that was capable of performing optimally under time pressure.
Over the past year, 33 of the 54 pillars supporting the 5-kilometre plus long Zeeland Bridge, which has been a national monument since 2015, were given a new coat of paint. Work on the remaining 21 pillars will take place in 2019. The immense paint job was completed in three months by a special team assembled by the contractor Gebr. Van Kessel, a member of the Koninklijke VolkerWessels Group.
The transformation of the former locomotive workshop behind the central station is regarded one of Tilburg's most prestigious projects. “It's as if the LocHal has given the city a piece of its history back,” says Boels area account manager Nick Welten enthusiastically. “And that’s precisely what made this assignment so special. Incidentally, that was also the case with the level of collaboration that we built up with the main contractor BINX Smartility – it was a real partnership.”
During the night of Tuesday 30 May and the early hours of Wednesday 31 May 2017, the Westerscheldetunnel (the Netherlands) was completely closed to traffic to allow annual maintenance and renovation work. Time was an important factor: Westerscheldetunnel Maintenance only had six hours to get the job done. Challenging? Yes, but not unachievable. The equipment and logistic plan provided by Boels Rental made it possible to achieve the desired result before the deadline.
Last year marked exactly 100 years since the Republic of Czechoslovakia was founded in 1918, and this did not go unnoticed. One of the many festivities that took place were the NATO Days in Ostrava in September. Ostrava, with over 296,000 inhabitants, is the third-largest city in the Czech Republic.