In addition to the first of its new line of roughterrain scissorlifts Skyjack will be showing new developments to its Elevate telematics solution
In addition to the first of its new line of rough-terrain scissorlifts, Skyjack will be showing new developments to its Elevate telematics solution.

Skyjack Brings New Rough Terrain and ANSI Compliant Units to ARA Show

Skyjack is bringing excitement, innovation, and its largest rough terrain machine yet to the ARA Show in Anaheim. The company has been hinting at a newer, higher, redesigned RT range, and is bringing the first of that lineup to Anaheim next week.

“We’ve been looking at our rough terrain lineup for some time and trying to determine how we can design them to be even more beneficial for our customers,” says Barry Greenaway, product manager at Skyjack. “We found an opportunity with the ANSI redesign to enhance certain features that we think will better serve rental companies, and their customers.”

The new RT lineup features higher platform heights, increased capacity ratings, and an updated SKYCODED control system. In addition to showcasing updates on its RT range, Skyjack is also bringing a newly redesigned, ANSI-compliant SJ3219 DC scissorlift to the show.

“Last year we discussed some confirmed, and some proposed design changes for our DC scissors,” says Brad Boehler, Skyjack president. “This year we’ll have two fully redesigned DC scissors at our booth for customers to walk around and see all of the updates first hand.”

The Skyjack team promises to recap its ELEVATE telematics solution, which was unveiled at The ARA Show in 2018. Dubbed as “more than telematics” ELEVATE promises actionable insights, and measurable benefits, and Skyjack is breaking down just how their digital suite of products does that.

“I challenged my team to dream bigger than we’ve ever dreamt before and I’m excited to show our audience what we have planned for the not so distant future,” says Boehler.

Skyjack can be found at Booth 4537.

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