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24 April 2008

Versalift in the UK is offering outrigger-free operation on a selection of its van mounted platforms. The company's SLP (Street Lighting Pack) option allows the user to elevate the platform, without deploying outriggers, over a restricted area at the rear of the machine - up to a 60 degree arc. The option has been developed in response to a demand, especially from the street lighting sector, for faster operation, and follows on from its existing XS range of machines that offer complete jack-free operation. Steve Kellett, Versalift's commercial manager, said; “The ideal for any user is an access platform without the need for stabilisers... The new SLP option now brings the benefits of jack-free operation to other models of our range including bigger vans up to 7.5 t GVW.”

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