Wagenborg Nedlift steel plates make your site accessible!

What can we do for you?

  • Safety first!
  • Fast and reliable
  • 24/7 available

Rental of steel plates

Making your construction site accessible is crucial for a safe and efficient execution of your work. Whether it concerns the installation of wind turbines, telecom masts or a heavy transport project on an off-road route: a properly accessible surface is a priority.

 

Wagenborg Nedlift is able to provide you with a wide range of steel road plates and wooden dragline mats, in order to make construction and project sites easily accessible. This way we ensure safe working conditions, so operating your and our heavy equipment can be done safely and efficiently!

 

Explore our opportunities or contact us! 

 

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Wagenborg Nedlift in a nutshell

More than 3.000 steel plates in stock
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Own transport department for steel plates and wooden mats
Rental of steel plates and wooden mats throughout Europe
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The perfect solution for site accessibility

A selection of our projects in site accessibility

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Leon in de Wal

Project manager Steel Plates

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08 December 2020 Sustainable eye-catcher positioned

The Marconi Buitendijks project connects the Delfzijl city centre with the Wadden Sea. Silt and sand are used to create salt marshes off the Delfzijl coast, and the sea dike is being converted to a boulevard for walking and biking. A new, striking bridge connects the city with the boulevard.

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07 December 2020 New 450 tons mobile crane for Wagenborg Nedlift!

It’s time! The new 450 tons mobile crane for Wagenborg Nedlift has arrived at the Wagenborg Nedlift yard in Hengelo.

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27 November 2020 New skidding record for Wagenborg Nedlift!

Last weekend, Wagenborg Nedlift’s team of skidding specialists moved a railway viaduct of 2000(!) tons onto foundation on behalf of the new road B481n in Münster, Germany.

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