JMS chooses Skyjack

By Euan Youdale27 July 2017

 Jms 63 aj

A Skyjack SJ63AJ belonging to JMS

Powered access rental company JMS has placed an order for 46 new Skyjack aerial platforms.

Managing director of the UK-based company Mark Jackson, said, “We stock powered access machines from a range of manufacturers, and always will, to ensure we match customer needs and preferences. However, we have selected Skyjack to fulfil our requirements for these machines because, currently, they are leaders in their class.”

The order includes: Two 8841 RT double deck scissor lifts, eighteen 9250 RT double deck scissor lifts with onboard generators, four 46 AJ,  articulating booms, two 63 AJ articulating booms, and 20 SJ16 mast lifts

JMS had previously taken delivery of two SJ30 articulating electric booms.

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