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  1. UrbanVirons in Adelaide, South Australia are looking for skilled/experienced climbers and EWP operators to join our team. Our work is diverse ranging from large dismantles to formative pruning. We provide excellent rates of pay and help with long term visa's for the right applicants. Please send CV's to jamesd@urbanvirons.com.au Escape the UK weather and come work out here in Oz.
  2. Euro two 36nf for transit, haven’t long had the mewp on the dash switches to activate feet and boom it keeps on saying legs/boom not stowed. I have tried a few things thinking branch may be caught or sensor isn’t full down but can’t seem to put finger on it any suggestions please
  3. Available to hire- this New Multitel 25m Tracked access Platform, willing to Travel and muck in on the job as required. Contact Alistair Magee 07886028830 Magee.arb@gmail.com if I can help you. Thanks.
  4. Hey guys, could you check out my youtube channel and videos, here is the link to one
  5. I'm looking for a CS39 or CS47 operator for about a fortnights work at the start of February. The work is near Fort William and accommodation can be provided. PM me or phone 07854762705 to discuss requirements and rates. Many thanks Robert
  6. Hi All I know you are all very busy at the moment but would be really grateful if you would help me out. Ive been asked to do a presentation and i need some really rough info to make a discussion point. So if you could fill out my poll that would be great. Cheers Kev
  7. Afternoon All, Thought we'd share a few great photographs of our 23 metre working height, narrow width tracked access platform (MEWP) now available for hire! Urban Access, based here in Bournemouth, Dorset are specialists in both the Hire and Sales of New and Pre-Owned, High Quality Narrow Width - dual fuel - tracked spiderlift / spiderjack access platform systems. We have just taken delivery of our new 23 metre working height and 12 metre outreach, narrow width tracked spiderlift and it is already proving to be very popular indeed.... Michelle is our spiderlift specialist and with her wealth of knowledge and experience with arboricultural working at height applications, she is ready and waiting to help you with any requirements that you might have Please contact her on 01202 593411 or email michelle@urban-access.co.uk You can also view our full range of machines available for both hire and sale by visiting our websites Sales Urban Access Ltd: Specialists in UK Powered Access Sales of New and Used / Secondhand Access Platforms, Cherry Pickers and MEWPS. Service and Maintenance Contracts with LOLER Inspections. Approved IPAF and PASMA Training Centres Hire Urban Access Rentals Hope to hear from you guys soon :-)
  8. If anyone needs help with specifications of cherrypickers, specifically tracked and rough-terrain; please give us a shout where we can help direct you to the ideal peice of equipment! We are also looking for arborists' thoughts and opinions of current cherrypicker problems and solutions into improving our own fleet of tracked access platforms and creating with our manufacturer an Arb-Specific Machine (Average Working Height: 24m) Ideas, preferences would be much appreciated. Best Regards Alex
  9. just thought i'd put this on as it is my 1st go. Climbers would go up in mewp and climb the restof the way, while a groundsman would lower mewp and move it.

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