New spider and UK distributor for Imer

12 October 2020

Imer Acces is launching a new addition to its IM-R spider lift range, while strengthening its presence in the UK market with a distributor for North East England and Scotland.

IMR15DA stowed

Imer Access’ IM R15 DA tracked platform

The latest addition to the range is the IM R15 DA; a 15m working height machine, with 7m outreach, dual articulated boom and unrestricted 230kg basket capacity throughout the working envelope. According to Italy-based Imer Acces, part of Imer Group, the compact, lightweight machine offers high level  specifications at a low price. As well as wireless control, non-marking tracks and the Imer View GPS remote diagnostic and management system, standard UK specification includes a five-year warranty.

Imer Access products in the UK have up to now been sold through two regional distributors, Neg Services, in Cambridgeshire, serving Southern England and Specialist Access Engineering, in Merseyside, covering the North West and Wales.

IMER R19 SA Lithium at care home pic 1

IMER R19 SA Lithium at a care home in the UK

To further support its growing product population and range, Imer has appointed newly-formed access specialist Cherrypicker Shop to cover North East England and Scotland. With service points in County Durham and in the Central Belt of Scotland, Cherrypicker Shop will support sales, parts, service and warranties across the region, including Highlands and Islands.

In an additional move to develop the UK market, Imer Access has appointed industry veteran Richard Tindale to support direct sales of the company’s tracked and specialist scissors and booms into multi-location hire companies throughout the UK. As well as providing the sales link to the factory for major rental customers, Tindale will ensure they are fully supported for service and spare parts, as well as coordinating Imer Access marketing activities in the UK.

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