Skyjack in the midst of UAE modern urbanization
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Skyjack in the midst of UAE modern urbanization

Skyjack in the midst of UAE modern urbanization

Skyjack is continuing to expand their presence in the United Arab Emirates with an order from AJI Heavy Equipment Rentals. Skyjack is pleased to see more of their products hitting the UAE market, especially with a company who shares their commitment to quality, service, and support.

“Skyjack produces strong, durable, reliable scissor lifts and are easy to do business with, which made them an ideal choice to enhance our modern and comprehensive fleet” said Dean Jones, founder and general manager of AJI Heavy Equipment Rental LLC.

The order, which was delivered recently, consists of SJIII 3219s, SJIII 4626s, and SJ6832 RT scissor lifts. The addition of these products means that AJI can now supply more customers with lifts that are perfect for a variety of tasks, and these products are already hard at work on a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications within the UAE.

Skyjack in the midst of UAE modern urbanization

Details on the Skyjack products now offered by AJI include:

  • Skyjack’s SJIII 3219 DC electric scissors, which have a maximum working height of 7.79m (25 ft), and a maximum weight capacity of 227 kg (500 lbs);
  • The SJIII 4626 DC electric scissors offers a maximum working height of 9.92 m (32 ft), and a maximum weight capacity of 454 kg (1,000 lbs);
  • Skyjack SJ6832 RT diesel powered rough terrain scissors offer customers a maximum working height of 11.75 m (38 ft), maximum weight capacity of 454 kg (1,000 lbs), cross over symmetrical four-wheel drive, and self-levelling outriggers.

“We’re excited to working with yet another company in the region and it’s great to see these new units operating on major projects” said David Hall, product and business development manager at Skyjack.

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