Doka partners with AT-PAC to offer scaffolding as well as formwork
Doka now offers formwork solutions AND scaffolding. But this is about more than just products. Well thought-out solutions and services – from planning and engineering to trainings – ensure transparency in complex construction projects, optimization of material flow and cost efficiency.
Doka’s shareholding in the American scaffolding manufacturer AT-PAC creates a strong global unit that combines international sales strength with decade-long know-how in scaffolding. In the future, Doka will act as a full supplier of formwork solutions AND scaffolding – in the sales, as well as in the rental segment.
“With this strategic partnership, we offer much more than just scaffolding. We are now offering – as we have been doing in the formwork sector for decades – well thought-out scaffolding solutions and services to our customers,” says Doka CEO Harald Ziebula.
Jeff Davis, CEO of AT-PAC commented on the shareholding: “With Doka, we have a strong partner in the construction industry. This strategic partnership means that Doka’s customers can benefit above all from the fact that they get everything from a single source.”
Ringlock – More than just scaffolding
In addition to high-quality designs and global availability of Ringlock, customers will especially benefit from a comprehensive digital construction management service. This ensures transparency, optimum coordination of all resources and greater economic efficiency. Doka’s international network also enables responding to individual customer requirements and local specifics.
Doka now stands for formwork AND scaffolding
With the strategic partnership with AT-PAC, Doka is entering the international scaffolding market alongside its proven formwork business model. This is a major milestone in Doka’s growth strategy, as it opens up previously untapped market and customer segments – the industrial.
Harald Ziebula, CEO of Doka, said: “This complements the formwork perfectly and gives us a further pillar. This business field is more constant and offers continuous growth opportunities.”