LTS ups electric Snorkel investment

04 October 2016

Paul Fairhall (left), from LTS, with Snorkel UK's Jim Martyr handing over the electric scissor lifts

Paul Fairhall (left), from LTS, with Snorkel UK's Jim Martyr handing over the electric scissor lifts.

UK-based access rental and sales company LTS Powered Access has taken delivery of 15 Snorkel electric scissor lifts.

The order placed with Jim Martyr, sales manager for Snorkel UK at Bauma 2016, consisted of five Snorkel S3219E models, plus five of each of the wider S4726E and S4732E units.

Based in Essex, the powered access division of London Tower Service, LTS Powered Access operates a fleet of self propelled lifts, push around scissors and mobile scaffold towers throughout the London region.

Andrew Fishburn, divisional managing director at Snorkel UK, said, “We are really proud to deliver this order to LTS Powered Access. We have had a longstanding relationship with Paul and LTS team, and we are honoured to be given this opportunity to demonstrate our continued improvement as a business with our latest generation of electric scissor lifts. I am confident they will be a great additional to the LTS fleet.”

The new electric scissor lifts have been immediately deployed into the LTS Powered Access rental fleet.

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