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Tracked Pole Erection Unit

The works USL complete are often in particularly rural, difficult to access locations. Years of extensive research and design have allowed USL to improve and add to their available fleet of vehicles with specialist off road equipment in the form of rubber tracked pole erection units.

This fleet of specialist Marooka machines allow off road poling works to be done safely and correctly meeting all construction design management (CDM) regulations and removing as much risk as practicable to ensure the safety of our operatives.

The introduction of these new machines in recent years has been of huge benefit, particularly with the rural roll out of super fast fibre optic broadband.

Work that in previous years would have to be done completely by hand can now be completed much more quickly, and more importantly safely, than ever before.

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