The investment maintains the impressive pace of growth of JMS’s rental fleet, said Managing Director of JMS, Mark Jackson.
He added: “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.
“Customers are asking for these products by name, and we’re very happy to continue add to our current Skyjack stock.”
The Skyjack Range
JMS has ordered a range of Skyjack aerial platforms, including:
- 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
- 20 SJ16 low level mast lifts
JMS had previously taken delivery of two SJ30 articulating electric booms.
Skyjack has a reputation for designing aerial platforms that are robust, reliable and simple to use, yet have excellent performance, a combination valued by JMS customers, said Mark Jackson.
JMS is a national access hire service, with depots in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, and Leeds, West Yorkshire.