Scotlands new driver

Craig Lindsay joins the Quick Reach team! 


We’d like to congratulate our new HGV class one driver, Craig Lindsay on becoming part of our ever-growing team here at Quick Reach. Craig will be working in Scotland, we wish him the best in his new role.

If youd like to find out about our current vacancies please contact us on 0845 602 2733, alternatively email us at

Photo of the month

3835EB57-3F9D-4EFA-8A5C-C51E01B41A43Here at Quick Reach our employees are always snapping photographs of our machines out and about, so every month we choose a ‘photo of the month’ and the person who took the winning photo recieves an extra £200! This month our very own David Barton (director) won the competition with his stunning photo of the beautiful sunset behind one of our loaded Scania trucks, well done David!!

As many of you were aware, last year we ran a competition to win tickets to see Peter Kay, unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances Peter Kay cancelled all of his upcoming tours and the competition could no longer go ahead.. so David has decided to donate his £200 to a charity very close to his heart, The British heart foundation.

New employees at Quick Reach


Adam Travis – SERVICE ENGINEER – Doncaster Depot
Adam joins our successful, experienced team bringing a wealth of knowledge to assist us with our growing fleet and customer base. Adam will bolster engineering support in Yorkshire and the North East regions.

67A2260C-DC14-4B72-8793-577D26CA8B89Holly Brennan – HIRE DESK CONTROLLER – Doncaster Depot
Holly will be responsible for running the new hire office, looking after our customers and new enquiries for the region. We wish Hollie the best of luck in her new position here at Quick Reach.

“Being completely new to the industry this is an exciting but different direction for me. I am already getting into the swing of things, and really enjoying working at Quick Reach. Based at the new Doncaster branch, I take pleasure in looking after this and working as a team to get everything running smoothly.”


Dave Gunn – AREA MANAGER – London Depot
We are proud to announce that Dave Gunn will be joining the London Team. Dave comes with a great wealth and experience in the plant hire industry having worked in many senior positions both in the UK and Internationally. His primary objective is to build the QR team and sales network in and around the London area.

“ I am looking forward to working for a company with plenty of experienced staff and reliable equipment.

Quick reach has the resources to compete safely, efficiently and with a vast selection of access to satisfy our customers expectations.”

As the new Area Manager I feel confident to continue their success and improve our company name in all areas”


Colin Barr  – AREA MANAGER – Glasgow Depot
Our new addition to the Scotland branch comes in the appointment of Colin Barr. Having worked in many senior roles he arrives at the depot to manage the expansion plans in Scotland. He has over 20 years experience in powered access in various key roles and looks to bring a lot of experience to quick reach to help take the business forward.

Service Maintenance Agreements

6B46BE0B-A28C-4D23-97EE-3814A9F76278Service 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.

Promotions at Quick Reach


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.




Wishaw Opens as an IPAF training centre


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.

First Scania units collected

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.