Onsite supports remote projects in the Northern Territory

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We are there when you need us, with nimble branches located across Australia. Our Onsite Darwin branch was recently engaged to supply specialist rental equipment for two separate remote projects. This equipment included two 43ft rough terrain scissor-lifts, six lighting towers, a 3.5T Telehandler and a 15kva generator.

The customer requested that the lighting towers came with a 9m mast. In order to meet this requirement, we provided JLG Metro units.

We understand that reliability is a must when choosing rental equipment. We pride ourselves on delivering a product range you can trust, supported by our dedicated repair and maintenance teams. We have a wide range of equipment to suit your requirements. Speak to your local branch today on 13 40 40 to find out more.

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