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  • Cherry pickers, fitting and all that

    Posted by Simon Forrester on August 28, 2004 at 6:59 pm


    Just looking for some feed back and any advice on the subject of cherry pickers. Over the last few years we have been having trouble finding a subcontract sign fitting service, as the jobs get bigger they always seem to get higher as well :lol1:

    So we are looking at setting up a full sign installation service, at the very least it will solve our fitting troubles and maybe other signmakers troubles as well.

    Currently we are looking at the Genie TZ-50 and the Nifty 140 and 170, does anyone have any experience with these lifts and if so was it good or bad?

    Finally, is a subcontract sign fitting service something that would be of intrest to you or am i just thinking along the wrong lines here?

    Thanks for listening

    John Childs replied 19 years, 9 months ago 1 Member · 1 Reply
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  • John Childs

    August 28, 2004 at 7:13 pm

    You are a bit far away to be of any use to us, but such a service should be in demand.

    As a matter of policy we do not erect any signs higher than can be reached from the ground. Everything else is subcontracted out because I can’t be bothered with all the Health and Safety aggravation that working at heights brings.

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