Want reaches 600 with Haulotte

By Euan Youdale13 July 2017

Australia-based Want Access has reached a fleet size of 600 with the delivery of a new Haulotte HT23RTJ Pro 23m telescopic boom, which also represents a move into larger equipment for the company.

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Paul Sultana, Haulotte, with Kay Brown, Nick Cjiveticanin and Chris Ryan from Want Access with some of its Haulotte fleet.

Want Access has experienced rapid growth since it started in March 2014, and the intention is for that to continue to grow with expansion into other states. 

“The success of the business and its rapid growth over the past three years is largely due to the way we have always, and will continue to run lean, to reduce costs. This is my mantra when running any business and this method has allowed Want Access’ return on investment from machines to be used to purchase more equipment and ensure profits,” said Peter Gilmore, Want Access’ managing director.

Paul Sultana, Haulotte area manager, NSW/ACT said, “Customers are looking for the best equipment that has the best total cost of ownership. That’s why we have significantly grown our service capabilities over the past few years to help our customers get the most out of their machines.”

For Want Access, the new telescopic boom also offers its unique 56 second lifting speed and the best turning radius in its class, said the company.

 

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