Advanced adds 30 Skyjack scissors

By Lindsey Anderson12 October 2011

Skyjack's compact SJ3219 electric scissor.

Skyjack's compact SJ3219 electric scissor.

London-based Advanced Access has purchased an additional 30 scissor lifts from Skyjack. Owned and managed by John Corcoran, the company now has more than 150 Skyjack units in their fleet serving London and The Home Counties.

The additional units will be used mainly on the Olympics build and will remain on site throughout 2011 and into 2012. Having previously increased their fleet in June, high utilization and strong demand has led them to make these further additions.

"I am very happy with my Skyjack scissor lifts, they are strong reliable products," Corcoran said. "As a company, Skyjack is easy to do business with and provide first class after sales service. What more could you ask for?"

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