ALL Aerials restocks with 100 MEWPS

By Leila Steed06 May 2021

ALL Aerials new Genie, JGL and SKyjack machines The new Skyjack, Genie and JLG machines will be sold to customers across North America.

US-based ALL Aerials has purchased 100 new boom and scissor lifts to replenish its equipment sales stock levels.

ALL Aerials, which sells and rents cranes and access equipment to customers across North America, added models from Skyjack, Genie and JLG.

The firm said these include Skyjack’s zero-emission SJ16 vertical mast lift, which was launched in February. 

The compact unit, which is designed to access tight spaces and can fit inside most elevators, has a working height of 6.6m and a maximum capacity of 227kg.

Alongside the SJ16, ALL Aerials took delivery of Skyjack’s SJIII 3219, 3226 and 4732 electric scissor models.

The company also purchased a number of 600AJ, 660SJ, 860SJ, 1200SJP, and 1500SJ booms from JLG and Z-62, S-65, and Z-80 booms from Genie.

According to Kris Kasparek, general manager of ALL Aerials, the new equipment was chosen specifically to match customer demand.

Kasparek said, “These are versatile units that are ready to serve customers in diverse markets from carpentry, fire protection, and lighting and electrical to assisting with bridge work.”

The company said, “New equipment investments like this most recent package keep ALL Aerials well stocked and ready to serve.”

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