Genie’s ZX-135/70 boom lift has always proved to be a high demand product in the Access Hire fleet, with the company owning the greatest number of Genie ZX-135 boom lifts in the country. Extremely highly utilised, the Genie ZX-135/70s are regularly rolled out to some of the largest projects Australia has ever seen, fetching a top weekly rate of $3500-$4000 plus levy.
Access Hire’s Genie ZX-135/70 booms lifts have been hired out to some of the biggest resource projects across the country, including Barrow Island in Western Australia, the Wheatstone LNG Project in Onslow and the INPEX Ichthys Project in Darwin. The mammoth worksites are tough, demanding and are some of the most extreme environments on earth. The mega-projects are regularly subjected to the searing Australian heat and harsh conditions, with the Genie ZX-135/70 boom lifts proving themselves time and time again with their persistent reliability. The Genie ZX-135/70 boom lifts are used extensively at their full working height of 43.15m, getting stuck into tasks like allowing operators to reach into pipe racks and reaching up to cooling towers and compressor buildings. The average weekly use of the Genie ZX-135/70 boom lifts on these sites is approximately 40-50 hours per machine – a reliable, robust and productive worker under the most testing conditions.
Wherever Access Hire access equipment is stationed long-term at remote sites, there will be factory-trained specialist service technicians also on-site to ensure operations are kept running smoothly. Access Hire Service Manager for the North West, Alan Harris, and his dedicated team are constantly working around the clock on these remote project sites, providing the complete access equipment solution – quality, safety and service.
Access Hire has had a long career at the forefront of some of Australia’s largest resource projects like Barrow Island, Wheatstone, Ichthys and Solomon (alongside many other notable projects), supplying boom lifts, scissor lifts, telehandlers, forklifts and more for short-term and long-term hire. The years spent on-site have seen Access Hire boosting the Western Australian economy by actively contributing to the resources sector, with many more projects to come.