Keeping the Hyundai building in Indonesia clean

Skyjack division is on site with customer PT Natraco Tunas Citra – a material handling and aerial work platform business headquartered in Bandung, Indonesia – helping with a month-long cleaning project at the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing site in Cikarang, Indonesia. “When the subcontractor asked for machines that deliver accuracy and precision in indoor and outdoor […]

14/09/2021 - 14:18 pm

Time to switch to electric?

With lithium-ion batteries offering an array of new possibilities for EWPs, there has never been a better time to look at all-electric and hybrid drive trains. Dan Jenkins reports. The Asia-Pacific region is typically not as strict as Europe when it comes to emissions from equipment like MEWPs. This means that the market for electric […]

14/04/2021 - 16:46 pm
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Skyjack SKYWORLD Live brings new equipment to you online

With the possibility of attending global exhibitions still months away Syjack is bringing a virtual trade show to you. At SKYWORLD Live, held 22-26 February, visitors can see new Skyjack products and interact with members of the Skyjack team. Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing at Skyjack said, “We love seeing our customers face-to-face at […]

05/02/2021 - 13:35 pm

Size Matters

The UK pioneered the use of lightweight low-level access platforms and they have started to spread far beyond Europe. Is there a growing market for these products in Australasia, or is the 19-foot scissor still king? Dan Jenkins finds out.   While the 19ft scissor lift remains the backbone of any rental fleet, smaller self-propelled […]

11/01/2021 - 19:19 pm

Raising Our Game

In a turbulent economic environment, productivity gains have never been more important for operators of elevated work platforms. Dan Jenkins highlights some of the ways in which manufacturers continue to raise their game by optimising efficiency for end users.   While there is always more to be done, the productivity benefits of elevating work platforms […]

23/11/2020 - 21:20 pm

Hainan Airlines chooses Skyjack EWPs

Hainan Airlines, China has just taken delivery of an order of Skyjack electric scissors and articulating booms. The airline chose Skyjack products due to their reputation for manoeuverability and precise positioning capabilities which is required within the aviation industry. Today, there are more than 30 Skyjack machines in use by Hainan Airlines in different locations […]

12/11/2020 - 13:06 pm

Safety First

Elevated work platforms (EWPs) remain the safest and most productive method of working at height. However, manufacturers continue to find new ways to protect workers and reduce risk. Dan Jenkins reports on the latest trends.   Australia has a robust health and safety culture, which drives a lot of safety initiatives in the wider region. […]

02/08/2020 - 14:23 pm

Improve battery health with Skyjack’s BMS

Elevate Battery Management System (BMS) from Skyjack is a digital product, designed to help rental companies improve the battery health of their fleets. Extending battery life is a key goal for many rental companies as battery issues are one of the main drivers of service calls, and one of the largest contributors to a rental […]

28/05/2020 - 16:58 pm

Skyjack expands presence in South Korea

Skyjack has expanded its presence in Eastern Asia by opening a 21,527sqft (2000sqm) facility just outside of Seoul, South Korea. The company has gained a foothold in the region with sales starting in 1994 and enhancing its service offerings by providing dedicated service support since 2013. “Asia is a growing market that can’t be ignored, […]

24/02/2020 - 23:39 pm

First days of Skyjack’s Shitbox Rally

LHA is proud to be a sponsor of Skyjack’s entry in the biannual Shitbox Rally raising money for Cancer charities. Team 19ft High Club is be taking place in the current event driving its “Shitbox” 3614km between Melbourne and Townsville. The Shitbox Rally is not a race, rather a challenge to drive cars worth just […]

23/10/2019 - 11:02 am

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