JMS expands potential with Titan

By Euan Youdale04 September 2017

UK-based JMS has taken delivery of a MEC Titan Boom. The Titan 60-S, which combines the deck space of a large scissor lift and the up and over capablity of a boom, has a capacity up to 1,350kg, a maximum height of 18.3m and a horizontal outreach of up to 14.6m.

Mark Jackson, managing director of JMS, said, “The MEC Titan 60-S boom is a monster of a machine. It has a unique design, with features of a telehandler, a scissor lift, and a boom all in one machine. This will allow our customers to carry out a wider range of tasks with just one machine.

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“There is growing demand for access equipment that allows extended, often multi-tasking, teams to work at height with large or heavy materials and equipment. The MEC Titan 60-S is perfect for the job.”

MEC designed the Titan 60-S boom to support construction, maintenance, and installation tasks that need to combine productivity with safety, such as curtain wall installation, steel erection, and pipe installation.

Its 40% gradeability means it can take on the roughest terrain an access boom is expected to handle. An advanced steering system supports precise manoeuvrability, despite the machine’s size.

JMS purchased the MEC Titan 60-S boom from APS, the authorised UK distributor for MEC.


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