Socage gears up for Hire19

By Euan Youdale20 May 2019

Access Service Australia and New Zealand will be promoting Socage Aerial Platforms at the Australian Hire and Rental Industry Association’s (HRIA) HIRE19 show this week.

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The distributor will be presenting the Italy-based manufacturer’s products alongside its partner Socage Asia at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 22-23 May 2019.

Recently Access Service has taken delivery of five 20m working height T320 units, and a 15m working height T315 into Brisbane, with a 54m working height 54TJJ, mounted on an Astra 8x8 truck, due shortly.

The T315 and T320 models can be mounted on a small compact truck capable of being driven with a car licence. The 54TJJ telescopic platform with a double jib, has an outreach of 40m, a maximum 600kg capacity.

“This year, we are looking forward to a high amount of Interest at HIRE19, with the latest offerings to the market, including the new speed range of medium-sized quick up articulating booms, released at Bauma, Germany this year,” said a company spokesperson.

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The range includes the 37DJ Speed, a double articulated boom with jib. The platform can reach 37.3m working height and has a 23m outreach. Its load capacity is 300kg and it is very compact and can be without extending the outriggers.

Find the products on booth 41.

 

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