Investment in anti-crush devices
23 January 2013
Powered access company, Kimberly Access has invested in AFI's new SanctuaryZone device that prevents machine operators from being crushed. The company has ordered 50 SanctuaryZones after first considering developing its
Group operations director Alex Lowe said: "When we looked into SanctuaryZone we saw that a great deal of thought had gone into its development. It is a robust tried and tested device that is easy to install and will fit on to our boom lifts without us having to make the timeconsuming adjustments that would have been necessary with electronic anti-crushing devices." Kimberly Access will make SanctuaryZone available to its customers throughout its seven strong UK depot network.