Advanced Access Platforms buys Snorkels

By Lindsey Anderson10 January 2017

Snorkel UK's Linda Betts hands over the Speed Levels to Alex Ullmer, national sales manager at Advan

Snorkel UK's Linda Betts hands over the Speed Levels to Alex Ullmer, national sales manager at Advanced Access.

Advanced Access Platforms, a UK-based rental company, has added two Snorkel SL30SL Speed Levels to their fleet.

The order for the units was placed with Snorkel UK’s Linda Betts, by Advanced Access Platforms owner, John Corcoran in late 2016.

Advanced Access Platforms has two depots located in Sutton in the South of London and runs a fleet of more than 600 units. Advanced Access Platforms are also IPAF registered training providers, and offer free onsite surveys to ensure the selection of the correct equipment for the job.

“We were impressed by the versatility of the Speed Level with its self-levelling platform and all-terrain capabilities," said Alec Ullmer, national sales manager for Advanced Access. "The fact that it is able to work on uneven surfaces and slopes without the need for outriggers is a great concept, and we are pleased to be able to offer this to our customers. I’m confident that they will be in high demand and will be a great addition to our fleet.”

Andrew Fishburn, divisional managing director for Snorkel UK, added, “The Speed Level is a fantastic lift which can be a real workhorse for rental companies. We know from experience that when a customer tries it, they’ll want to keep hiring it – there are just so many uses for this machine on a jobsite. We are thrilled that Advanced Access have taken the decision to add the Speed Level to their fleet.”

The Speed Levels have been delivered to Advanced Access and will be deployed in their rental fleet immediately.

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