Footy fever reached new heights during the National Rugby League finals series this year. A 12 metre trailer lift, from equipment hire company Kennards Hire , was used on the Gold Coast by Hope Island developer John Fish to paint a Gold Coast Titans jumper on a bronze statue of a Greek god, which stands at the entrance to Marina Quays Markets.
Additionally, Nick Michalos of DCP Technologies hired another Kennards’ trailer lift to carry out maintenance work on security camera at the St George Leagues Club in Sydney before the grand final, in which the Dragons defeat the Sydney Roosters.
Trailer lifts are just one of an extensive range of elevating work platforms available from Kennards Hire, which has more than 100 general and specialist hire centres throughout Australia.
Other models include 5.8m (19ft), 7.92m (26ft) and 9.7m (32ft) scissor lifts, self-propelled boom lifts, 13.72 (45ft) knuckle booms and self-propelled Star 10 manlifts and vertical personnel lifts.