Easi UpLifts

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    Glenn Pearson launches branded rental App


    Pearson has created rentitonline.com to act as a one-stop portal for equipment end users and is also offering rental companies their own branded rental App.

  • Easi Uplifts helps build The Kelpies

    Uplifting the Kelpies


    Easi UpLifts, one of the largest rental companies in the UK and Ireland, provided eight Genie articulating and telescopic booms to help build The Kelpies, a two headed horse sculpture in Scotland

  • John Ball (right) with IPAF Asia Conference organiser Raymond Wat taken at the IPAF summit in Windso

    John Ball keynote in Singapore


    Former managing director of Ireland-based Easi UpLifts/Height for Hire John Ball will give the keynote speech at the IPAF Asia Conference in Singapore on 9 May.

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    New venture for John Ball


    John Ball, former managing director of Easi UpLifts/Height for Hire, has a new rental management and consultancy company Velocity Rental Solutions.

  • Easi UpLift’s new Iveco truck and Veldhuizen trailer will be used to deliver its tracked platforms t

    Easi UpLifts invests in delivery fleet


    UK access equipment rental firm Easi UpLifts has purchased a new truck and trailer to assist in transporting its range of tracked platforms to and from client sites.

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    Easi website re-launch


    Height for Hire/Easi UpLifts has launched a new website and its Little Black Book 5

  • (left to right) Fergus McArdle, director Easi Uplifts, John Ball managing director, Ian James, sales

    Video: Easi-Uplifts orders two 90m Bronto S90HLAs


    Easi-Uplifts the Ireland based European company has ordered two 90m working height truck mounted platforms from Finnish manufacturer Bronto Skylift. The S90HLAs will be the flagship machines of a new truck-mounted division of Easi -Uplift headed up by business development manager Gerrard Jennings.

  • Glenn Pearson, manager of Easi Uplifts' Slovakian and Hungarian rental operations.

    Easi Uplifts opens first depot in Hungary


    Easi Uplifts is to open its first rental depot in Hungary at Kecskemét, south east of Budapest. The new depot will be part of the Slovakian business run by Glenn Pearson.

  • John Ball, managing director of Height for Hire.

    Height for Hire orders 52 m Falcon Spider from Worldlift


    Ireland’s Height for Hire has ordered a 52 m working height Spider Falcon lift from Worldlift Industries. When delivered next August or September it will be the world’s largest Spider-type platform, offering just a few extra metres height than Teupen’s 50 m Leo.

  • The annual general meeting of the rental cooperation group, PartnerLift

    PartnerLIFT grown by 30 members


    At its annual general meeting held in Hohenroda, Germany, the PartnerLIFT rental cooperation group was told that its membership had grown by 30 companies in the last year.