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    Ascendant truck mount for Warren


    Warren Access has taken delivery of an 18m working height Ascendant A18-13TJ truck mount from UK distributor Skyking 

  • Mark Yarnold, King Highway Products, divisional director – access (SkyKing).

    Yarnold heads up SkyKing


    Mark Yarnold has joined King Highway Products as divisional director – access (SkyKing). His appointment follows six years at Snorkel

  • Skyking, a Chicago-based startup rental company, has invested in all Skyjack equipment.

    At your service!


    SkyKing is the newest independent rental company on Chicago’s block. Lindsey Anderson spoke with owner Paul Zaremba about how the company came to be, market conditions and what 2016 has in store.

  • Skyking, a Chicago-based startup rental company, has invested in all Skyjack equipment.

    Skyking goes 100 percent Skyjack


    The Chicago-based startup rental company has chosen Skyjack as its only aerial work platform provider

  • Palfinger P480 aerial platform

    Loxam to receive Palfinger P480


    Access rental company Loxam is to receive the first Palfinger P480 aerial platform in the UK from UK Palfinger distributor SkyKing

  • Malcolm Kitt is Skyking's regional sales manager.

    Kitt joins Skyking


    Malcolm Kitt joins The King Vehicle Engineering Group’s Skyking division as it takes on his former UK and Eire Easylift distributorship.

  • Skyking's electric hybrid 12.5m van mount.

    New electric hybrid van mount from Skyking


    Following year-long in-service trials the Skyking division of the UK's King Highway Products Limited has launched an electric hybrid version of its 12.5m 125RA van mount.

  • Eircom's new ecological van mounts from Skyking.

    Skyking delivers 34 van-mounts to Eircom


    Eircom, Ireland's largest telecommunications provider, has just taken delivery of 34 Skyking S125RA van mounted access platforms with specially-modified Fiat Ducatos for use by its technical crews around Ireland.

  • The 103m working height Wumag dominated the skyline at Vertical Days 2011.

    Skyking shows Blade's 103m monster


    Sneaking in under the cover of darkness just a few hours before the start of the VertiKal Days exhibition was Blade Access Specialists' 103m working height Wumag, which was supplied by Palfinger Platform's UK dealer SkyKing.

  • Blade Access takes delivery of its 70 m Wumag WT700. (left to right) Jamie Bairstow (Blade), Richard

    Blade buys 70 m Wumag


    UK rental company, Blade Access took delivery of its 12th truck mounted platform at the Vertikal Days exhibition last week: a 70 m Wumag WT700 bought from UK dealer Skyking.

  • Niftylift's stand at this year's SED show in the UK.

    Access platforms in short supply at SED


    Access exhibitors were in short supply at SED this year as the recession hit the exhibition hard. The number of exhibitors overall was down over a half to around 210 and access suppliers almost entirely deserted the show, with Skyking, Niftylift, Hinowa and mast climbing/hoist supplier and rental company BFT ...

  • Skyking's AT126 platform mounted on a Land Rover, launched at the UK's SED show.

    Skyking targets UK utilities with new lifts


    Truck mounted specialist Skyking - part of King Highway Products - launched at SED two utility lifts, a 13 m working height articulated boom on a Land Rover, and a 13.5 m van mount with a GSR boom (first seen at last year's APEX).