Advanced Access continues green expansion

16 October 2020

The UK’s Advanced Access Platforms (AAP) has placed another significant order with Niftylift for its electric-only and hybrid booms.

John Keely - John Corcoran with HR12LE

John Keely, MD, Niftylift (left), and John Corcoran, director, AAP, director with a Nifty HR12LE.

With investments in more than 40 hybrid and all-electric booms from the manufacturer, amounting to nearly £1.5 million ($1.94 million), since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, AAP’s fleet will total more than 200 hybrid and zero-emission all-electric Niftylift booms.This latest order means the London-based company boasts the largest fleet of Niftylift Hybrids in the city.

AAP’s Central London depot is ideally placed for the benefits of the emission-free operation and EU Stage V low-emission engines. In addition, Niftylift’s low weight and compact dimensions also help with transport logistics throughout London’s Ultra Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ), said the company.

John Corcoran, director at Advanced Access Platforms commented, “Advanced Access is focusing on providing low weight, environmentally conscious booms that still offer the best working envelopes to our customers. The low weight of Niftylift booms means that we can transport them more easily within the ULEZ, while their Hybrid and all-electric power allow them to work anywhere, quietly and cleanly, when needed. This investment with Niftylift shows that we’re fully committed to meeting the needs of our customer base.”


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