Skyreach puts Skyjacks straight to work

By Sarah McCay17 September 2014

Skyreach saw its new Skyjack SJ45T get straight to work at the Toll warehouse complex at Tullamarine

Skyreach saw its new Skyjack SJ45T get straight to work at the Toll warehouse complex at Tullamarine

Australian rental firm Skyreach has added two Skyjack SJ45T telescopic boom lifts to its Melbourne fleet with instant uptake.

The 4WD unit can work under both wet and dry conditions and offers a platform height of 13.77m (working height of 15.77m) and horizontal reach of 12.12m.

“We brought the Skyjack 45' boom into the Melbourne market because we believed it was ideally suited to Melbourne’s operating conditions,” said Rod Leech, managing director of Skyreach.

“There are some very large warehouse projects being developed in Melbourne and the Skyjack SJ45T has excelled. It is driveable at full height, proving the ultimate in efficiency on the work site.”

Following their arrival, Skyreach had both booms out on hire at the new Toll warehouse complex at Tullamarine to assist riggers erecting steelwork.

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