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News » Plant » Facelift sees growing demand for indoor MEWPs » published 18 Jul 2017

Facelift sees growing demand for indoor MEWPs

Access hire specialist Facelift has bought 10 Chinese-made battery-powered vertical masts in response to growing demand for mobile elevating work platforms that can be used indoors.

Dingli AMWP 11.5-8100 masts Above: Dingli AMWP 11.5-8100 masts

Facelift has opted for the Dingli AMWP 11.5-8100 to widen its range of self-propelled vertical masts.

Managing director Paul Standing said: “Now in our 32nd year we are noting an increasing demand in internal battery machines. Wanting to offer our customers the best range possible, we are proud to add these amazing Dingli machines to our fleet.”

With a weight of 2950kg, theses Dingli masts offer a working height of 11.2 metres and an outreach of three metres. They are designed for internal use and are suitable for the narrow aisles of warehouses and supermarkets.

 

 

 

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This article was published on 18 Jul 2017 (last updated on 18 Jul 2017).

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