JMS Powered Access invest in AlmaCrawler machines

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UK Rental Company JMS Powered Access have invested in new AlmaCrawler machines, further enhancing their offering to specialist markets in the UK.

The delivery consists of 2x Bibi 850 BL’s, 2x Bibi 1090 BL Evo’s, 2x Jibbi 1250 Evo’s and 1x Jibbi 1670 Evo.

The Jibbi’s will be the first of this type for JMS, giving its customers new options for working at height across rough and unstable terrain.

JMS have worked with AlmaCrawler machines for the past 5 years and has seen the value in adding additional units to the fleet. JMS have focused on diversifying their fleet over the last 12 months, bringing in more specialist machines such as the Almac units whilst removing standard booms and scissors.

JMS Managing Director, Mark Jackson said: “We are pleased to be adding to the diversification of our fleet at JMS. We have run Almac scissors for several years now with great success. We are especially excited to be adding the Jibbi 1250’s and 1670. They will give our customers increased versatility and flexibility on job sites. Almac’s ability to work in rough terrains and on slopes really do set them apart in the industry.

Dan Robertson, Almac Atlantic Ltd UK Country Manager, added “I am delighted that JMS have made the decision to increase their offering of AlmaCrawler machines. This is an exciting period for Almac Atlantic in the UK and working with a leading rental company such as JMS is a testament that increasing AlmaCrawler’ investment in the UK was the right move to make. We have seen demand for our products increase in the past 12 months and even more rapidly in the last 6 months. JMS will certainly see in an increase in demand from End-users and through the re-hire market.