JMS focuses on access with tool division sale

By Euan Youdale07 April 2017

UK-based JMS has sold its M&E tool hire division to Hire Station - a division of Vp Plc - enabling it to focus and expand the range of low level access, scissor and booms through its Powered Access Division.

JMS has quickly expanded its business over recent years, including the opening of an extensive depot in Leeds.

JMS Powered Access will retain one of the largest fleets of low level access in the UK alongside UK-wide hire of track mounted access, telehandlers, mini diggers, dumpers and deskgliders. It will continue to operate from depots in Harpenden and Leeds as well as its office based at Pinewood Studios near West London.

Mark Jackson, managing director of JMS commented, “We’re excited for the future of JMS Powered Access. The division has grown rapidly in recent years and we’re looking forward to offering our customers an even better service and expanded product range with the same great team”.

Mike Howells, JMS Operations Director, added, “We’d like to thank our staff and customers of our M&E division for their support and business over the years”.

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