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Strategic partnership with AT-PAC combines global presence with a longstanding scaffolding experience

Doka now stands for formwork AND scaffolding

23.11.2020 | Press
Strategic partnership with AT-PAC combines global presence with a longstanding scaffolding experience
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 projects, optimising material flows and cost efficiency.

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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 across both sales and rental segments.

"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 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 a faster, localised response to individual customer requirements.

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 of the industrial sector. Doka CEO, Harald Ziebula said: "This complements the formwork perfectly and gives us a further pillar. This business field is more constant and offers continuous growth opportunities".

You can find further details to Ringlock here.




About Doka:
Doka is a world leader in providing innovative formwork, solutions and services in all areas of construction. The company is also a global supplier of well-thought-out scaffolding solutions for a varied spectrum of applications. With more than 160 sales and logistics facilities in over 70 countries, Doka has a high-performing distribution network for advice, customer service and technical support on the spot and ensures that equipment is provided swiftly – no matter how big and complex the project. Doka employs 7,400 people worldwide and is a company of the Umdasch Group, which has stood for reliability, experience and trustworthiness for more than 150 years.

About AT-PAC:
AT-PAC is a leading company in the field of high quality scaffolding in the sales and rental segment. With 200 employees worldwide, 17 branches and 25 years of experience, AT-PAC offers sophisticated scaffolding solutions from planning and customization to production and training.

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