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MBS is first with new Hinowa

20 May 15 Essex-based hire company MBS Access is the first customer to buy Hinowa’s latest tracked boom lift.

Chris Banks and Lee Louder of APS with Ben Dobson and Stuart Bass of MBS Access
Chris Banks and Lee Louder of APS with Ben Dobson and Stuart Bass of MBS Access

MBS is taking delivery of the first Hinowa Lightlift 26.14 Performance IIIS, a crawler-mounted articulated boom offering a 25.7-metre maximum working height (23.7-metre maximum platform height) and up to 13.6 metres of horizontal reach.

Directors of MBS Access tested the 26.14 during a recent visit to Hinowa’s factory in Italy with the UK distributor, APS.

MBS Access director Ben Dobson said: “We were really impressed with the 26.14 on our visit to Hinowa’s factory. It has the superb performance and build quality we’ve come to expect from a Hinowa machine. This is a great addition to our range as it fills a gap between our 23-metre and 30-metre tracked machines.”

The deal was sealed last week at the Vertikal Days trade show at Haydock Park.  APS also took an order from Elavation of Milton Keynes for a Hinowa 20.10 Lithium boom – its first lithium-ion powered boom lift. Elevation already has 14-metre and 20-metre Hinowa machines in its fleet.

Cannon Access, also based in Essex, added a Hinowa Lightlift 17.75 to its fleet of tracked booms. It also already has 14-metre and 20-metre Hinowa booms as well as larger crawler-mounted machines from Omme Lift.

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