The only machine in its category with four-wheel drive and 45-percent gradeability as standard design, the SJ6832 RTE provides end users with a zero emission scissor lift built with the low running costs and high up time.
Brad Boehler, president of Skyjack, talks about the company's new app to help construction professionals more readily learn about Skyjack equipment, including the new SJ6832 RTE rough-terrain electric scissor.
Skyjack awarded Quest 2013 winner Matthew Kraner with its prize of a new 19-foot working height SJIII 3219 scissor lift, painted in one of the orginal yelllow paint schemes found on early Skyjack models.
Skyjack now offers an electric rough-terrain scissor lift plus VR1056 and ZB2044 telehandlers fitted with Tier 4 Interim engines and Tier 4 Final telescopic booms.
SJ6832 RTE electric rough-terrain scissor lift can be used indoor and outdoor and...
Fitchett brings a wealth of sales experience to Skyjack with over 30 years of work in the rental and construction equipment industries, having held various management positions at Snorkel, Omniquip and Textron.
Quest 2013 applicants will be accepted until Dec. 31, 2013, or when verification of the oldest serial number has been identified. The company with the longest running Skyjack will be presented with a new Skyjack scissor lift.
Skyjack has been named United Rentals’ Supplier of the Year for 2012. The award was presented to Skyjack President Brad Boehler by executives at the United Rentals 2013 Supplier meeting, held January 6-7 in Indianapolis.
Skyjack 6826RT and 6832RT Rough-terrain Lifts The compact 6826RT and 6832RT rough-terrain scissor lifts boast a maneuverable 68-in.-wide stance with working heights of 32 and 38 ft. Standard dual fuel engine, four-wheel drive and 5-ft. rollout...
"Do it right the first time" is one of the primary professional goals that owner Rick Dahl promotes in the workplace at Metrolift, an independent rental house serving the Chicago area with lift equipment since 1991.