Tracks expand Wilson fleet

By Euan Youdale31 January 2018

 Teupen leo31 t redline

Teupen Leo 31T Redline

Wilson Access is extending its track mount fleet by purchasing 14 additional machines, including a 31m Teupen Leo 31T Redline, which has become the largest track mount in the Wilson fleet.

In addition to the Teupen, Wilson are adding six Hinowas, ranging in size from 15.40m to 26.14m, and six JLGs, from 15m to 26m.

Wilson Access managing director Pete Wajner said, “The track market has developed greatly over recent years, mainly due to the manufacturers developing machine capabilities such as increased reach heights and outreach whilst still maintaining low weight machines and narrow and compact designs.

“This means that track mounts are extremely versatile as they can be used in indoor applications and on delicate flooring. Other important track mount developments include remote control manoeuvring, memory functions and self levelling outrigger set up systems. As a result of this increased versatility, we have seen an increase in demand for tracked access platforms from across the AFI group customer base. “

Wilson has produced machine familiarisation videos for a selection of our track mount fleet, with more planned in line with the fleet expansion.

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