This document has been produced to provide reassurance to our customers and suppliers that the AFI group of companies is proactively assessing and managing the potential risks brought about by the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Our group policy on the Coronavirus outbreak is to follow UK Government advice so that we minimise the risk to our employees, customers and suppliers.

We are operating on a reduced capacity basis in adherence with the latest government advice.

Safety is in the forefront of our minds and we are closely following Government advice in respect of the following:

  • Staff
  • Whilst AFI has been operating with a reduced workforce, often working from home, over recent weeks a small number of employees have returned to work in response to regulatory requirements and customer demand.

  • Depots
  • We have a minimum number of staff operating at our locations where home working is not possible.

  • Social Distancing
  • We are enforcing strict rules regarding social distancing. Where available, we are advocating communication via phone, email, Microsoft Team, WhatsApp or video conferencing.

  • Hygiene
  • We are enforcing strict hygiene standards, with staff being required to follow government guidelines (regular hand washing, respiratory hygiene, sanitisation of surfaces etc.) and appropriate PPE has been supplied to our employees.

  • Equipment Cleaning Procedures
  • All equipment is thoroughly cleaned upon return and prior to despatch to reduce transmission risks.

  • Construction Sites
  • The latest Government advice indicates that construction sites can continue to operate but must implement the Site Operating Procedures, developed by Build UK and published by the Construction Leadership Council (CLC). The CLC has confirmed that all construction sites should assess their situation and those sites that cannot implement the Site Operating Procedures published by the CLC should not remain open.

  • Training
  • Throughout the development of the Coronavirus, our training divisions have followed official advice from the NHS and the Government regarding the Coronavirus outbreak, as well as listening regularly to customer feedback. We have put in place additional controls such as social distancing and providing additional hygiene facilities to support the wider UK efforts as well as giving additional flexibility to our customers to move courses without penalty.

    We offer a range of training courses at a selected number of training locations including IPAF, PASMA and NSRWA. We also offer training online, which includes IPAF e-Learning Operator training (online theory together with a ½ day practical at one of our training locations), as well as the IPAF MEWPs for Managers course.

    Should you need to purchase a machine or book an SMA with AFI Resale, you can do so by calling your local depot or our sales team on 03301 340 202 or email us on During these unprecedented times we would appreciate your patience and understanding if our team take a little longer than normal to answer your calls or respond to your messages.

    Alternatively, from whichever location you are working from, you can log into AFI Online and place an order any time of the day - even outside of normal working hours.

Risk Assessments

To mitigate the spread of COVID-19 we have implemented new operating processes, for more information regarding these measures please see the actions we have undertaken detailed in the Risk Assessments below:

Mobile Engineers & Hoist Teams
Office Worker
Plant & MEWP Delivery Drivers
Workshop & Yard

Hire & Training COVID-19 Safety Measures
Download our Hire & Training COVID-19 Safety Measures flyer to see what safety measures we have put in place

We continue to closely monitor the situation and will always review our policies in line with the latest UK Government advice.

AFI group of companies

Welcome to AFI Resale

Powered Access Platforms from AFI Resale

AFI Resale are part of the AFI Group of Companies and specialise in the sale of new and used access platforms. We have been working in the powered access industry since 2006 and can offer used machines from our working rental fleet and also new machines from any of the leading manufacturers.


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New Machines

New Machines

We can provide new machines from any of the key manufacturers including Skyjack, Genie, Haulotte, Hollandlift, JLG and Manitou. Our longstanding experience in the industry means that we are well equipped to provide advice and support on which machine is best for your requirement.

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Used Machines

Used Machines

We have the ability to sell machines directly from our working rental fleet and therefore can also provide the full service and LOLER history. We can perform in-house paint refurbishments where required, offer finance options and provide ongoing service and maintenance assistance.

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Service and Maintenance

Let us help you stay safe and legal with our service and maintenance agreements (SMA’s). We can offer LOLER’s, condition evaluations, annual services and paint refurbishments. Speak to us today to discuss an SMA for your machine.

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Why choose AFI Resale?

We are an experienced team that is on hand to help you choose the right machine for your job. We can also offer ongoing service and maintenance support, to ensure that your access platform is safe and working legally.

We can source the following new and used machines for you:


We also have a range of cherry pickers on special offer, with a number of finance options to help spread the cost.


Special Offers

Skyjack SJ6832RT

Year: 2007

Working Height: 11.80

Machine Type: Scissor lift


Genie AWP30

Year: 2014

Working Height: 11.02

Machine Type: Mast lift


JLG Liftlux LL210

Year: 2006

Working Height: 23.00

Machine Type: Scissor lift


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