Opens Fourth HKL Centre within just 12 months in Wolkersdorf in Vienna. Hamburg/Wolkersdorf, 26 June 2013 HKL Baumaschinen expands its network in Austria. On June 20, 2013 was the official opening of the new center of HVAC in Wolkersdorf, close to the northern city limit of Vienna. For more information see this site: Peter Asaro. It is the fourth site, HVAC construction machinery in Austria, the Austrian subsidiary of the German market leader in the rental and sale of construction machinery, takes only 12 months in operation. With the proposed speed and high investment in the infrastructure and machinery, presents itself as a powerful organization HVAC and underscoring its potential to occupy a leading position in Austria. The new HVAC Center is located in the Business Park Wolkersdorf, where nearly 50 other companies are located.
Here the company on an area of about 3,500 square metres presents its offer: comprehensive machine park, large construction shop, rental shop and service workshop. As in all HVAC centers, the customers in Wolkersdorf are exclusively by experienced experts advise. The leases are transparent, their settlement done quickly – including the supply of construction equipment directly on the construction site. Customers can find also in the new HVAC Center quality products of leading construction machinery manufacturer and accessories. In the connected HVAC construction SHOP equipment, small machines, tools and work – and safety clothing are offered.
The HKL rental SHOP provides a wide selection of devices for short-term needs. Burkhard Winterfeld, Managing Director of HKL Baumaschinen Austria, says: the Business Park Wolkersdorf has an excellent infrastructure and perfect location. With this site, we are even closer to the customers. In addition to our range that stands in Austria out, customer proximity is a key competitive advantage.” The location of the new center of the HKL is geographically: directly on the new motorway A5 between Vienna and Brno/Czech Republic. From here, HKL will supply its customers in Northern lower Austria and in the northern town of Vienna.