Jofemesa expands fleet with Snorkels

By Leila Steed26 March 2021

Jofemesa's new Snorkel lifts include electric and diesel models Ready to rent: Jofemesa’s new Snorkel lifts include electric and diesel models

Leading Spanish rental firm Jofemesa has expanded its MEWP fleet with the addition of 30 mid-size Snorkel units, as part of its continuing investment plan.

Founded in 1987, the company operates a rental fleet of 4000 units and has locations in Madrid, Valencia, Alicante, Castellón, Asturias and Málaga.

Jofemesa’s access equipment order comprised a mixture of diesel and electric models. Distributor Ahern Ibérica supplied the company with three A38E electric articulated booms and eight of each of Snorkel’s S3370T and S3970RT compact rough terrain scissors.

Eight A46JRT and three A62JRT diesel rough terrain articulated boom lifts were also among the models added to the company’s access fleet, which currently numbers around 1,300 units.

Joaquín Fernández, Jofemesa’s CEO, said, “We are very pleased to expand our fleet with this latest delivery of Snorkel lifts. It has been great to work on this order with Enrique and the Ahern Iberica team. Our businesses share similar values and both have an unwavering commitment to customer support in our DNA.”

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