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Want Access adds 1,000th machine

Wednesday, 10 Apr 2019 ( #918 ) - Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Paul Sultana (Haulotte) and Peter Gilmore (Want Access)
Sydney-based Want Access recently added its 1,000th machine to its fleet – a Haulotte HA26 RTJ PRO articulated boom.

The HA26 RTJ PRO also became the 100th Haulotte boom lift, and just one of more than 600 Haulotte machines overall, in the Want Access fleet, continuing the rental company’s move into the big end of the market.

"We are excited to extend our range to better service our customer needs. The Haulotte HA26 RTJ PRO makes this possible by filling the gap in our fleet range," says Peter Gilmore, Want Access managing director.

Paul Sultana, Haulotte’s area sales manager - NSW/ACT, says the company has significantly grown its service capabilities in recent years to help customers get the most out of their machines.

Want Access has a large facility in Sydney. With a total machine investment of $30 million, the company’s significant growth since its inception in 2014 can be attributed to the infrastructure boom in Sydney and New South Wales.
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