Skyjack partners with fleet professionals through the AEMP
Skyjack has formed a new partnership with the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP). This new partner represents fleet professionals working in construction, utilities, and any industry that requires heavy equipment including Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs) and telehandlers.
"When Skyjack heard of the Strategic Alliance Partnership at AEMP, we knew it was something we wanted to participate in," said Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing at Skyjack. "Our easy-to-do-business-with attitude means that we incorporate our customers' goals into our own. This was the driving force behind our ELEVATE telematics offering, and it's what we're doing now with this strategic partnership."
AEMP promotes what the association has termed an Equipment Triangle, which focuses on open communication between manufacturers, distributors and end users. If that sounds familiar, it's because it's closely aligned with Skyjack's parent companyof incorporating customer, employee, and stakeholder interests into the decision-making process.
Stan Orr, president and CEO at AEMP, said that, "We're consistently looking for partners who push boundaries and continue to add value to our industry. Skyjack's ELEVATE offering provides our members with opportunities to improve efficiencies and their bottom lines. We look forward to providing our members with the opportunity to learn more about the products and services they offer."
Skyjack recently attended AEMP's 36th Annual Management Conference where they had the opportunity to engage with their membership base, which is comprised of companies responsible for every aspect of managing fleet assets for leading organizations and government entities.
"We're looking forward to this collaborative partnership," Early continues, "An association of this stature will help Skyjack garner more engagement with fleet managers and end users which will, in turn, ensure AEMP's membership base is getting first-hand insights and solutions from Skyjack."