Many professionals working in the pulp and paper mill industry have traditionally seen scaffolding as a means to an end, something that has to be used to complete their project. Yet, an element that would not bring any added value to their project. Our job at Layher has been to show pulp and paper mill industry leaders just the opposite. That our product can help them in a variety of different ways.
Essential for Pulp & Paper Scaffolding
Perhaps the focus of your project is on pipe and valve access, digesters, boilers, tanks, machines, or general plant maintenance. Irrespective of what it is, Layher’s Allround scaffolding is essential and provides:
All these solutions are geared towards a safer scaffold project that also meets an ever more critical schedule to reduce shutdown times.
Our Allround system also has a wide variety of accessories which provide many solutions straight out of the box quite literally. With over 4000 different parts in stock and 15,000 on drawing, Layher has the right solution for almost any pulp & paper dilemma.
On-site, In-house, and Remote Training Options
Our industry and product-specific training courses can be provided either on-site, in-house, or remotely via our qualified trainers. The training will address the dual objectives of safety and continuous improvement within the demanding pulp & paper industry. Our practice is structured to match all levels of expertise. The courses cover a variety of topics from correct scaffolding installation to highlighting the benefits that can arise from the use of authentic Layher equipment.
We offer a variety of classes, both theoretical and hands-on in approach. The training will be tailored to the specific needs of the project. Each course has a duration of one to several days. For personalized attention, the classes are small, with no more than nine trainees per class.
Layher On-Site support provides an extra resource for your most critical projects. Our experts will be there to answer your questions and ensure that your pulp & paper project is progressing as planned. Layher engineers often work together with field supervisors to ensure effective logistics planning, including transportation and loading. They provide straight-forward communication between trades and a reduction in change orders.
You could say we’ve been doing the same old thing for the last 75 years: revolutionizing the scaffolding industry with our simple yet revolutionary design. You might wonder why we keep doing it? The answer is simple. It’s for the customer. It’s always been for the customer. We want our customers to succeed. Our products are the result of superior engineering, a quality product, and the combined experience of our team. Together we produce world-class scaffolding and continue to work towards improving that product on a daily basis.