Instant Access places third Bravi order

By Sarah Ann McCay22 November 2012

A Bravi Leonardo HD low level access platform

A Bravi Leonardo HD low level access platform

Middle East-based Instant Access has placed a third order for Bravi Leonardo HD low level access platforms, bringing its fleet of Bravis up to 67 units.

Instant Access will use the new units for jobs across the UAE, Qatar and Kuwait. The company recently supplied the Cleveland Clinic project on Sowwah Island Abu Dhabi with 28 Leonardo HDs for nine months. The company also has 20 units in use at the Doha International Airport project.

The Leonardo HD (heavy duty) comes with all-steel chassis and canopies and integrated forklift pockets. The platform offers a driveable working height of 4.9 m and a lift capacity of 180 kg.

Designed to be used in the harshest sites, it features active pothole protection for an increased ground clearance, said the manufacturer.

Instant Access is also the agent for Bravi in the GCC countries.

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