Speedy Invests in Low-Level Aerial Equipment

Speedy Hire, the U.K.’s largest tool and equipment rental company has made a £600,000 investment (about U.S. $850,000) into low-level access product recently.

Speedy’s new fleet of mobile elevated work platforms includes the Power Tower and the Power Tower Nano, Bravi’s Leonardo tower and the Hy-Brid, a battery-operated compact scissorlift suitable for both carpeted areas and limited capacity mezzanine floors, making it a good rental for offices.

“We’ve listened to our customers and recognized increasing demand for the very latest low-level access solutions. Our new products have been carefully selected to ensure users can work safely and effectively as possible. The equipment is more robust and offers a larger platform size and greater reach.”

Speedy is also launching a new low-level access guide to help customers select the best machine for the job, including an equipment selector chart and details of recommended safety gear.

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