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Award winning RUTHMANN EWPs available in Australia

Award winning RUTHMANN EWPs available in Australia

07-Mar-2013 -

NIFTY-LIFT is proud to announce their new partnership with quality German work platform manufacturer, RUTHMANN

NIFTY-LIFT was established over twenty years ago, initially focusing on the smaller end of the vehicle mounted market.  Over the past ten years, NIFTY-LIFT’s range has grown to be the largest in Australia, offering over twenty models to provide height access solutions up to 26 metres.

The new venture enables NIFTY-LIFT to offer the popular RUTHMANN STEIGER® truck mounted EWPs up to 72 metres to the Australian and New Zealand market. 

RUTHMANN’s broad range of truck-mounted aerial work platforms consists of many models suitable for Australia’s mining, rail, wind and hire industries, and includes the HEIGHT-performance series that is winning customers world wide. 

This product line consists of powerful, large-scale machinery. The models score major points with their exceptional price/performance ratio. Models in the HEIGHT-performance series include the STEIGER® T 380, T 460, T 540, T 630 and T 720.  

General Manager of NIFTY-LIFT, Kevin Power, is understandably excited to add the RUTHMANN range of access equipment to their product offerings.  “Local demand for high performance, high quality uninsulated EWPs has been increasing in recent years.  We have searched the world for a quality product from a quality manufacturer, and we believe we have found both with RUTHMANN and its popular STEIGER® models.”  

From left to right: Kevin Power (Nifty-Lift General Manager), Rolf Kulawik (RUTHMANN Managing Director), Graeme Boucher (Nifty-Lift Managing Director), and Uwe Strotmann (RUTHMANN General Sales Manager) sign the new collaborative agreement at the Nifty-Lift head office in Melbourne, Australia.

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