The delivery also includes a range of battery scissor lifts ranging from 19ft to 32ft as part of their ongoing investment plan throughout  2014.

Speaking of the hand over Sky Jack Europe’s Sales Manager Glyn Goodwin commented “Dromad have taken quite a number of units now throughout 2013/14, which obviously demonstrates their commitment to deliver the most up to date product to their customer. And I look forward to 2015 being another successful year in working with Dromad”

According to Dromad Hire managing director Seamus Byrne “The SJ63 will provide our customers with that extra bit of reach particularly for ‘up and over’ jobs. The battery scissor lift units are part of an upgrading plan, with also some additional units to our fleet.

The Sky Jack has proved to be the machine our customers now request, with new advanced features as standard, and reliability which is paramount”.

Pictured in the handover is Dromad Hire’s general manager Ronan Cotter along with Glyn Goodwin SkyJack Europe.