Paul Wolff

Concrete container for waste, parcels and wheel walkers

The Paul Wolff GmbH company with locations in the German towns of Mönchengladbach and Ditzingen offers a broad range of concrete containers for storing trash bins, parcels or wheel walker rollators.

Solid waste containers, made from concrete panels fitted with durable steel doors, accommodate trash bins, are easy to handle, their contents are disposed and the cycle starts again. The concrete containers are an accomplished combination of concrete and steel design. In terms of color and visual appearance, the carcass cast of concrete with exposing granulated stones on the surface is adapted to...

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