Major JLG order from Eazi

02 December 2016

The Eazi Group has ordered 100 JLG units.

The Eazi Group has ordered 100 JLG units.

The Eazi Group, JLG’s sole distributor for Southern Africa, has ordered 100 units with a value of $6.3 million.

The package includes Ultrabooms, compact crawlers, rough terrain scissors and super compact telehandlers. The majority of new products are for Eazi’s rental fleet, while some of the more popular products were ordered by the sales division to improve retail lead times.

Eazi Sales & Service, JLG distributor since 2010, headquartered in Midrand, operates from Gauteng, KwaZulu Natal, Western and Eastern Cape. Sales and after sales support are offered in the Southern Africa region.

Brett Fleming, CEO of the Eazi Group, said, “With this latest addition of JLG platforms, we can continue to offer our market leading work at height and material handling solutions to our customers.”

The latest fleet addition includes: the 19.6m platform height JLG X20J plus compact crawler boom; 2505H super compact telehandler with maximum lift capacity of 2500 kg and lift height of 5.6m; the 530LRT rough terrain scissor with standard oscillating axle, platform height of 18.15m and a 680kg capacity; and the 58.56m working height 1850SJ, with outreach of 25.03m.

Jonathan Dawson, sales director for JLG commented, “In Eazi we found a partner that shares our culture and values. We are obviously very pleased with this very generous order and look forward to continuing our partnership in the future.”

The units will be delivered to South Africa during the remainder of 2016 and into the early part of 2017.

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