GTAccess ups fleet with electric RT booms

By Euan Youdale06 October 2020

Uk-based GTAccess has taken delivery of six 20.76m working height Haulotte HA20 LE PRO electric articulated booms.

The first model in Haulotte’s Pulseo Generation electric rough terrain boom range is fully equipped with the manufacturer’s Activ’Shield Bar secondary guarding system, and offers 4-wheel steer, crab-steer and 360° rotation as standard.To further meet customer requirements, GTAccess have ordered each machine with an increased lift capacity of 350kg, up from the standard 250kg.

GTAccess Haulotte Pulseo

HA20 LE PRO delivery in GTAccess premises.

According to Haulotte, the UK market has embraced the electric RT boom option. Jonathan Till, managing director at GTAccess said, “There’s a growing shift towards low emission, low noise and high capacity access platforms, and for us the HA20 LE PRO fits the bill perfectly. It’s a solid, well-made machine with some great features.” These include the Activ’Lighting system, auto battery charging mode and Activ’Screen diagnostics system, which identifies issues, provides the cause and enables engineers to resolve it quickly.

Ged Kelly, sales executive at Haulotte UK, handed over the machines. “The order was placed earlier this year and despite the testing circumstances that the market has encountered over recent months, we are delighted that GTAccess have chosen to add the HA20 LE PRO to their fleet to meet their customer demands.”


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