Service Maintenance Agreements
Here at Quick Reach we provide a personal, bespoke service for all our customers, we specialise in the repair, service and inspection of all types of powered access such as booms and scissor lifts. We provide LOLER inspections every six months, which meet our customers requirements on servicing machines.
We can customize your full Service Maintenance Agreement to meet your specific needs.
To find out more about our maintenance agreements and our LOLER inspections please contact us on 0845 602 2733 and we’d be happy to help.
Jim Dorricott Promoted to UK ENGINEERING MANAGER
James was the Service Manager at Manchester, but after successfully negotiating deals on the new Truck and Van purchases, coupled with creating national agreements on both hydraulic and tyre services, he will now be responsible for maximising efficiencies within engineering and ensuring smooth operational activities throughout the business.
Lisa Peters Promoted to AREA MANAGER – Manchester Depot
Lisa has taken on the responsibility of running the Manchester Depot and will be ensuring a smooth transition from Hire Office Manager to the new position, maximising revenue opportunities, whilst maintaining and improving customer satisfaction.
Richard Morton Promoted to SERVICE MANAGER – Manchester Depot
With many years of experience within the industry, both in the workshop and as a field service engineer, Richard has now accepted the role of Service Manager and will maintaining our high standards of engineering and customer service.
Quick Reaches Wishaw depot recently launched as an IPAF (The International Powered Access Federation) approved training centre!
What is IPAF?
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) promotes the safe and effective use of powered access worldwide. Set up in 1983, IPAF is a not-for-profit members’ organisation that represents the interests of manufacturers, distributors, users, rental and training companies. It serves as a forum for all active in the world of powered access. Training generally lasts one to two days and is a mixture of theory and practice.
If you’d like to know more about our IPAF training get in touch with us on 0845 602 2733.
Quick Reach’s Doncaster depot is now officially open for business. Julian Nixon will be managing the company’s exciting expansion into Yorkshire. He is excited about taking on this new role:
“Being given the opportunity to manage my own regional business by David and John, our Directors, is a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate my experience in the industry and succeed for Quick Reach,
`It will give me a chance to develop a more operational role. This opportunity really demonstrates Quick’s ethos to promote from within and share the responsibility to reach shared goals.
We really are a different hired access business where staff are not just numbers they are part of the family.”
With it’s rich history, bustling markets and beautiful surrounding countryside Quick Reach can’t wait to get settled in; exciting times truly lie ahead in Doncaster.
Last week, Quick Reach’s, Jim Dorricott went to inspect and collect the company’s brand new Scania units from West Pennine Trucks. It is safe to say that these impressive trucks exceeded expectations.
“We chose Scania due to its proven reliability record and its brand image. At Quick Reach we only invest in the best equipment on the market and we feel that these are no exception. West Pennine Trucks have been very accommodating and have tailor made these vehicles to our specification, a large part of this decision was also based on Scania’s fantastic after sales care.
The specification of the trucks is huge, they are Topline crown edition rear lift units. This initial delivery of these three units is part of a much larger deal with Scania. The next batch of lorries to arrive are ‘P’ cab rigid Scania’s fitted with Sterling access spec body’s, again we chose Stirling due to there reliability record and their lightweight design.
Our trailers have also been replaced with King GTS44 access spec models, again due to their lightweight and proven design.
In addition to this our wagons are now equipped with Scania’s market leading GPS systems which will enable us to give our customers more accurate delivery times.”
Jim Dorricott, on why the company chose Scania.
These eye-catching trucks will definitely turn a few heads whilst out on the road.
In just 6 months, Quick Reach have smashed their target of machines out on hire from Witham. The depot’s success is testament to its close-knit and hardworking team. This astonishing achievement indicates a bright future ahead for Quick Reach in the South of England. Keep your eyes peeled for Quick Reach machines in the capital!
Quick Reach are proud to announce that they are now providers of PPE. This new service is an indication of the company’s increasing growth within the last year.
What is on offer:
- Safety Harnesses
- Safety Helmets.
- Hi-vis Vests
- Hi-Vis Site Coats
- Safety Gloves
- Safety Boots
- Safety Glasses
- Spill Kits
- Protective Suits
Get in touch with Stephan on 07527 816808 for a full price list.
With a working height of 90 feet and a lift capacity of 500 pounds, this immense telescopic boom can reach exciting heights. Its four-wheel drive and oscillating platform will ensure a smooth ride when working on uneven terrain. Quick Reach’s anti-entrapment feature will assure the users’ safety; crucially important when working at such heights. Generators can be supplied on all booms in the fleet so that customers can easily get on with their job. The addition of a DPF filter will produce cleaner emissions and allow this machine to be brought indoors – space dependent of course!
From Left to Right
Julian Nixon: If he’s not making calls, he is answering them on his two phones. Julian is a self-motivated team player looking to develop new opportunities for Quick Reach in the South of England. His northern wit and height make him a memorable contact for customers.
Clive Allerton: As Area Manager, Clive goes above and beyond to ensure the smooth running of the Witham depot. With over 20 years of experience working in the powered access industry Clive knows every detail of each Quick Reach machine inside and out.
Mitch Chandler: Mitch can be found in the yard or on the road servicing machines. As the senior engineer, he is responsible for maintaining Quick Reach’s ever-growing fleet.
Reg Hull: King of the M25 and A12, Reg delivers and collects the majority of Witham’s machines.
Karen Goodwin: Super-organised and efficient, Karen is often the friendly voice at the end of the phone. Her wealth of experience running a hire desk means every base is always covered.
As Quick Reach’s depot in Witham gathers increasing momentum, there has been a huge demand for Pop Ups in the capital. Their compact size and ease of use have made them an integral machine for low level access solutions. Quick Reach have been so impressed with this desirable machine that David and John Barton have invested in a lot more.