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News » Plant » Pooler-LMT becomes Enerpac agent » published 30 Sep 2016

Pooler-LMT becomes Enerpac agent

Industrial lifting specialist Pooler-LMT has been appointed the UK agent for Dutch firm Enerpac Integrated Solutions, which makes hydraulic jacking gantries, strand jacking systems and self-propelled modular trailers.

Enerpac SL400 hydraulic gantries at work Above: Enerpac SL400 hydraulic gantries at work

Under managing director Bob Pooler, Pooler-LMT is a long established presence in the UK industrial heavy lifting sector. The Shropshire-based company has an equipment portfolio that includes Versa-Lift heavy lift & carry machines and Lowry industrial lift trucks.

Enerpac hydraulic gantries, a business acquired through its purchase of Hydrospex in 2010, have lifting capacities of up to 1200 tonnes.

“Appealing to a wide industrial lift & shift audience, these modern hydraulic gantries combine European engineering with a refined design and the latest wireless technology,” said Bob Pooler. “This gives the Enerpac range an edge over competing products.”

Enerpac sales manager Jeremy Stubbs said: “We are delighted to have Pooler-LMT as our agent. Bob’s many years of experience will enable us to connect to the local market for Enerpac’s hydraulic gantries, while providing heavy lifting contractors with a broader range of industrial heavy lifting solutions.”




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This article was published on 30 Sep 2016 (last updated on 30 Sep 2016).

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