JLG Names New Exclusive Skytrack Dealer of Central, Northern Pa.

With sales and rental locations in Middletown, Williamsport, Allentown and Honeybrook, Key is positioned to service contractors and industry in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.

Tue August 11, 2015 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Two SkyTrak 10054 telehandlers stand ready to be used in the 
lot of Key Equipment’s Harrisburg location.
Two SkyTrak 10054 telehandlers stand ready to be used in the lot of Key Equipment’s Harrisburg location.
Two SkyTrak 10054 telehandlers stand ready to be used in the 
lot of Key Equipment’s Harrisburg location. (L-R): Steve Brown, vice president of sales of Key Equipment; Brian Funk, president of Key Equipment; Rick Walker, district manager of JLG; and Craig Smith, Key Equipment sales manager. Key Equipment is a growing regional provider of lifting and material handling equipment and has recently been named JLG exclusive Skytrack dealer of 20 counties in central and northern Pennsylvania.

Key Equipment is a growing regional provider of lifting and material handling equipment and has recently been named JLG exclusive Skytrack dealer of 20 counties in central and northern Pennsylvania. With sales and rental locations in Middletown, Williamsport, Allentown and Honeybrook, Key is positioned to service contractors and industry in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.

Skytrack telehandlers are a flagship brand of JLG based out of McConnelsburg, Pa., and offer users a premium package of performance and reliability at an affordable price, according to the company.

“The Skytrack telehandler is the lowest cost of ownership machines, based on initial purchase price and operating costs, that JLG builds” said Rick Walker, district manager of JLG. “This is a testament to Skytrack durability and reliability.”

As a bonus, Walker mentioned that Skytrack, JLG, and late model Gradall’s have a common carriage mounting system so buckets and attachments are interchangeable — saving fleet owners time and money.

“I’ve always admired the Skytrack line” said Brian Funk, president of Key. “These machines are super tough and reliable. You still see 30 year old Skytracks out on the job doing their job. We are really pleased to be partnered with JLG and Skytrack and look forward to using our teams’ knowledge and experience in the telehandler market to assist our customers with rental and purchase needs.”

To kick off the new dealership Key has brought in a large stock of new 8 and 10K units with reaches up to 54 ft. (16.4 m). These machines are available for purchase with attractive factory financing and extended warranties.

Craig Smith, sales manager at Key said, “These Skytracks really have it all — great ground clearance, high drive line torque, great visibility and stability and very palatable price. I’ve ordered these units in with foam filled Dura-Force tires, enclosed cabs, pallet and block forks and best of all we have a number of the last pre-Tier IV final machines in stock; saving our customers thousands of dollars. We’re excited to go head to head with any brand in the market and prove what these Skytracks can do.”




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