Around the world, governments are changing their perceptions on carbon emissions. Many users of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) are increasingly choosing products that use cleaner energy. Since the company’s inception in 2003, Access Holdings International (AHI) has remained focused on the development and sales of electrically driven MEWPs. Unlike many global MEWP manufacturers, this strategy in the case of …
The Up-Lift UT40 two man lifts being used in Korea. The UT series machines range from 8.1m to 20m working heights. Their high strength extruded aluminum masts provide a stable platform for personnel undertaking prolonged aerial work.
The Personnel lift UG30 at the Hyatt Hotel in Beijing, China. The UG series lifts use high quality parts, with critical components being sourced from world leading suppliers. Contact us today to find out more or visit our Low Level Access website to view our range of ladder replacement platforms.
The Up-Lift UT33 being used at the Entertainment Centre in Perth. This machine can reach a maximum working height of 12.1 meters.
Three-dimensional movement of the UBM8 is controlled directly from the elevated work platform. The compact footprint and tight turning radius of this push around work platform makes it the ideal choice for tasks demanding precise platform location in tight settings.
A machine demonstration at the Sydney Living Museum. The special attention given to practical features and safety standards has created a machine with greater stability and safety in comparison with other similar personnel lift models.
The Up-Lift UE25 machine being used at The International French School of Sydney. The UE series have multiple machines ranging from 8.1m- 16.5m working heights. These lifts are available in both AC and DC versions. We also have a large range of ladder replacement low level access platforms which can be viewed by visiting our https://lowlevelaccess.com.au/low-level-access-equipment/ website
Onsite photo of the Up-Lift UG20 being used in a gymnasium at the Cranbrook School in Sydney.
A demonstration of the UB8 machine.
The UC machine being used in a interior design warehouse to safely reach plants and decor items off the tall shelves. The UC series is part of our Low Level Access equipment range which focuses on providing safe and secure working areas and minimize the risk of ladder related injuries.