Rental + Transport + Training + Sales & Service

You name it, we’ll rent it. You want transport, we’ll transport it….anything, even Zoo Animals! We are different from all the others. Pro Services wont be boxed in by process by any stupid internal managers, if it’s safe and provides our customers a solution, we’re in!

We hear it all the time in business, relationships, relationships! RELATIONSHIPS! The word relationship in business is done to death really, you know!? That local Spark Rep that wants to befriend you to get their next commission based sale….. OR the Harvey Norman weekend commission based sales person, with all their smiles talking some rubbish small talk to get you to buy the bed! At Pro Services we are not sales people! At Pro Services we are better just selling, we are the DOERS in the hire game. If we say we’ll do it, we’ll get it done. End Of!


Pro Services have a rapidly growing equipment fleet, we are always updating and researching the latest equipment available on the market to ensure that the equipment suits our customers needs. The average age of our fleet is under three years, so you can be assured of safe, efficient equipment.

As well as having a full range of Boom Lifts, Scissor Lifts, Telehandlers, Forklifts, Light Towers, Track Mounted Booms with a large range of Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts – Pro Services also have a fleet of General Rental Equipment from Hydraulic Rams & Rigging Equipment to Golf Carts, Welders, Generators, Chain Block, Chain Motors and so much more! Call us on 0800 Pro Hire


If you need any equipment moved from site to site, or nationwide… just call. We’re reliable and efficient and our response times are second to none. Need somewhere to store your equipment between jobs? Pro Services will transport it, store it, wash it and if need be service it so it’s looking good for the next time you need it on your site.


If you are getting your staff trained it is important to know which type of training is best for you. If you contracted to, or wish to work for a major construction or industrial companies then NZQA Qualifications will be your best option. If you do self accreditation for ACC, NZQA Unit standards will also be your best option.

Since the release of the Best Practice Guidelines for MEWP in August 2014, Pro Services has fielded numerous inquiries regarding EWP Operator Training, most questions relate to what the requirements are for such training. The short answer to this question is that the Health & Safety Act informs you that you must train your staff on the equipment they are using. So, even though licensing is not mandatory in New Zealand, machinery operator training most certainly is.

The Best Practice Guidelines can be downloaded here, and section 6 of the guidelines state the following;

The MEWP operator training should cover at least:

  • Legal requirements
  • Hazard management – identifying, assessing and controlling hazards
  • Equipment and safety features
  • Prestart (pre-operational) inspection
  • Use of logbooks
  • Control facilities and positions
  • Limits of the machine – rated capacity, wind rating – and machine weight
  • Working near overhead power lines
  • Using a harness
  • Refuelling tools and battery charging
  • Reporting problems and incidents
  • Emergency retrieval systems
  • Emergency rescue plan.
  • Effective hazard and risk assessment in their operating location.

For the purposes of operating a MEWP, a competent person is a person who has achieved and demonstrated competency in the safe use of a particular type of MEWP.  Means of demonstrating competency is by completing an Operator Training Course that provides NZQA Qualifications to the trainee | MEWP operator.  All training courses must cover the requirements of AS2550.10: Cranes, Hoists and Winches – Safe Use – Mobile Elevating Work Platforms and course providers should be able to offer evidence of this. Competency should also be assessed through supervision during the use of the equipment.


We understand that equipment downtime costs money, this is one of the main reasons we work hard to service and maintain our equipment and keep the age of our fleet young. How-ever we understand that from time to time equipment will break down, which is why at Pro Services we take any issues you have with immediate onsite assistance to ensure minimal down time. We aim to have the equipment up and running within two hours and if we’re not able to achieve this, we’ll swap it over to another unit so you can keep working.

We can also take the hassle and stress out of servicing and maintaining your own equipment by placing you on a planned maintenance schedule. We’ll contact you when your equipment needs servicing and coordinate with you so there is minimal down time.


At Pro Services, we purchase equipment all the time for our business, this means we’re also in a great position to advise you on what is the best equipment for your business! We have a huge range of new and second-hand equipment available for purchase and we will discuss your requirements and recommend the best equipment to do the job for you. All equipment is available for inspection and demonstration prior to purchase and all new equipment comes with manufacturers support and full warranty.