GTAccess Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- GTAccess's estimated annual revenue is currently $36.5M per year.
- GTAccess's estimated revenue per employee is $290,000
- GTAccess has 126 Employees.
- GTAccess grew their employee count by 6% last year.
- GTAccess currently has 1 job openings.
What Is GTAccess?
GTAccess Ltd is recognised as one of the largest independently owned access companies in the UK. Operating over 40 individual types of machines, and with a fleet size of over 1000 machines, GTAccess can provide safe and cost-effective access solutions for even the most unusual requirements. Based from our head office in Bromsgrove, we also have strategic depots in Gloucester, Bridgend, Stoke on Trent, Hereford, and Shrewsbury. GTAccess are not only able to cover your local requirements, but also your National requirements through our partners within the Access Alliance So call us for whatever it is you need for powered access throughout the UK. Powered Access As an independent distributor and not being manufacturer tied, you can be confident that we will offer you the platform that best suits your requirements as opposed to what best suits us. We are able to supply all manner of powered access platforms including self propelled scissor lifts, self propelled boom lifts, trailer mounted towable units, mast booms and a whole variety of specialist access platforms, so you can be assured that we will have a unit to match your specification and budget. We are also able to supply a range of used equipment for those that require this option. Training GTAccess offer a range of comprehensive training courses tailored to suit your requirements. We have over 30 years of experience with access equipment, so you can be sure that you're being trained by the experts. Training can be undertaken at any of our depots, your offices, or on site in certain circumstances. All operatives will be awarded a pass certificate on successful completion of their course which is usually valid for five years. Safety Harnesses Both IPAF and the HSE recommend that a full restraint type harness with an adjustable lanyard is worn whenever operating any form of boom lift (1b, 3b categories) These can be purchased from your local GTAccess depot.keywords:Construction