06/11/2018 - 11:40 am

Skyjack to Showcase Fleet Favorites at Bauma China

Skyjack is heading to Shanghai for China Bauma with a display of access equipment chosen for many fleets across the globe, Skyjack intends to put its best platform forward at this biennial event.

”With the 2017 launch of our SJ85 AJ, we now cover all core classes in a variety of product categories, and that’s what we’re bringing with us at this year’s event,” said Simon Cracknell, sales, operations, and market development manager for Skyjack Asia. ”We’ll also have the first in the next generation of Skyjack’s DC scissors for a sneak peek at the redesigned ANSI machines.”

The Canadian manufacturer will have a fleet of articulating booms, DC electric scissor lifts, and a vertical mast with them at the event taking place 27 – 30 November. Year over year, each of these product categories have seen a strong three year average growth in the Asian market. Product specifications for the equipment on display at Bauma China are:

  • SJ16 Vertical Mast Lift – working height of 21ft 7in (6.58m), and stowed height of 70.3in (1.79m) with an overall capacity of 500lb (227kg)
  • SJIII 3219, 4632, and 4740 DC Electric Scissor Lifts – with working heights ranging from 25ft (7.62m) to working height of 45ft 5in (13.8m), overall capacities ranging from 550lb (249kg) to 700lb (318kg), all complete with roll out extension decks ranging from 3ft (0.91m) to 4ft (1.22m) and solid non-marking tyres
  • SJ30, SJ63, and SJ85 AJ Articulating Booms – with working heights ranging from 35ft 9in (10.90m) to 91ft (27.24m), overall capacities ranging from 500lb (227kg) to the SJ85 AJ’s dual platform capacity of 550/750lb (227/340kg)

”We’ve spent a lot of time nurturing our relationships in this region and we’ve gained a larger customer base as a result of that service,” said Cracknell. ”Our team is excited to showcase some of our core products at Bauma China and are looking forward to our continued success in this market.”

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