South Africa order for Easy Lift

By Euan Youdale20 October 2017

Italy-based Easy Lift has sold a number of tracked platforms to SkyJacks, a leading powered access and telehandler rental company in South Africa.


The order of Lithium-powered R210BA units, and hybrid RA26HY machines with lithium battery and diesel engines, was shipped this week. It followed a meeting between Easy Lift’s managing director Emanuele Sorianini and sales manager Manuela Vender, along with SkyJacks’ managing director Alistair Bennett and sales manager Gregory Bloom.

“SkyJacks had been looking to partner with a reliable and progressive company, that could provide them with different options that their various customers have asked for,” said an Easy lift spokesperson. “Easy Lift was chosen as the right partner to cater for an ever-changing market that demands the latest technologies with great efficiencies.”

Easy Lift will also be carrying out technical training in South Africa when the fleet is delivered later this year.



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