A combination of experience that stretches back to the 1950’s and a commitment to continuous innovation and development that uses the most up-to-date design techniques and manufacturing technology – Layher is, today, a major global name in the scaffolding, access and protection industry.
Developing close working relationships with customers is at the heart of our success. From CISRS-approved training courses and on-site product support to in-house technical services and a willingness to create strategic partnerships with our customers, we fully believe that our own growth goes hand-in-hand with our customers’ development.
The Layher manufacturing facility is a key factor in this context and provides ongoing support to our UK operation. The centre of our global operations, it has always been committed to the use of advanced production and testing methods alongside an appreciation of the importance of continuous product development and evolution. Importantly, this results both from the creativity of our own design teams and inspiration that results from our belief in listening to customer feedback.
Original products, extensive stockholding and the benefits of regional, national and international support – the name of Layher is not only synonymous with success in the industry, but is also firmly linked to many of our customers’ achievements.
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