Height for Hire adds Maedas
Height for Hire, Ireland’s largest powered access rental company is adding 11 new Maeda mini crawler cranes into its rental locations in Ireland and the UK.
The new order which comprises 1 x 785, 2x 285, 4X305 and 4 X 405
follows a positive response to the six units the company has been operating on an evaluation basis since 2006.
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(L-R)Terry Marnock, Fergus McArdle and Kranlyft director John Hornby, with the Maeda 785
Height for Hire which operates internationally as Easi-UpLifts has locations in Ireland, including Belfast, Scorland and most recently Banbury England.
Height for Hire director Fergus McArdle said, “We feel that the mini crane concept provides a safer and quicker approach to lifting on the modern building site.
Once people become familiar with the smaller units, they will want to lift heavier and bulkier items with the same type of machine. We already see this happening in the one to three tonne categories and we are confident this will continue”.
“The mini crawler compliments our existing range well. Our current customers are proving to be very positive about Maeda’s product line”He continued.
Terry Marnock, a director of Kranlyft said: “The Maeda range dove-tails nicely with Height for Hire’s specialised access and telescopic forklift ranges. We both see the Maedas as the answer to difficult lifting jobs in tight spaces for customers across a wide range of industries”.
Kranlyft is also delivering an open training policy to all staff in all Height for Hire’s UK and Irish depots.