One event the Australian access industry has really come to look forward to is the Genie Customer Appreciation night, held on the eve of the annual HRIA convention.
Australia’s leading brand of access equipment, Genie, has today appointed service support leader, Access Service Australia (ASA), as the exclusive distributor of its aluminum lifting products in Western Australia and New South Wales.
As part of its commitment to providing industry-best aftermarket support, Genie recently unveiled a major improvement to its online parts portal, which is proving a major boon for the leading access equipment manufacturer’s customers.
Since the HRIA Convention in Adelaide in April, leading access equipment manufacturer Genie has seen strong customer interest in the four products it launched and prominently displayed at the event.
BRISBANE (March 4, 2015) - Genie is pleased to announce the release of its new Z-62/40 articulating boom lift in Australia.
BRISBANE, Qld (March 2, 2015) - Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) manufacturer of the popular Genie® brand has boosted its management team with the appointment of Kurt Kinder as its new Regional Sales Manager for Queensland and PNG, while Malcolm McIntosh has accepted a role as Quality, Training and Technical Support Manager.
BRISBANE, Qld (February 27, 2015) - Genie is pleased to announce the release of its revolutionary Z-33/18 boom lift in Australia.
BRISBANE (December 16, 2014) – Genie will showcase a new 69 inch wide bi-energy (BE) hybrid rough terrain, electric scissor lift series at the HRIA Convention in Adelaide, April 29-30, at Genie stand 46. The next evolution of the current Genie® 69 inch wide RT and DC scissor lift series, the new Genie GS -69 BE models offer exceptional jobsite versatility. They are the first rough terrain, high performance electric scissor lifts with an onboard integrated generator to charge the batteries and supply power to the platform and chassis. The new Genie® GS™-2669, GS-3369 and GS-4069 BE hybrid scissor lifts will be available in first quarter 2015 to the Australian and New Zealand market.
BRISBANE, Qld (December 11, 2014) - Genie is introducing to Australia two secondary guarding solutions. The Genie® Operator Protective Structure (OPS), a mechanical system, and the Genie® Operator Protective Alarm (OPA), an electrical system. Our customers now have the choice of two systems to configure machines according to different applications and jobsite conditions.
Darwin hire equipment firm, Top End Access, takes delivery of a Genie SX-180, an astounding, self-propelled boom lift capable of telescoping to an unprecedented 186 ft working height.
April 19th 2014 marked 365 days devoid of a Lost Time Injury at Genie within Australia. Zero Lost Time Injuries (LTI) is a benchmark which Genie strives to achieve. According to the National Safety Manager of Genie Australia, Chris Bond, the Genie LTI record in 2010 was pretty ordinary. “To their eternal credit,” Bond said, “Genie management committed to address the LTI performance logged in 2010. What followed was a period of rigorous analysis to determine the causes for the workplace injuries.”
In a company-wide initiative, Terex has declared 2014 as the Year of the Service Technician. Ron DeFeo, Chairman and CEO of Terex Corporation and Matt Fearon, President of Terex Aerial Work Platforms (Genie), are driving a global program which acknowledges the outstanding contribution that Field Service Technicians continue to make to the success of the company and its customers, in Australia and around the globe.