The Eagle has landed for Pacific Hoists


Aussie-owned company signs major deal with China

Pacific Hoists, a market leader in the lifting and materials handling industries, has pulled off a major coup by being appointed exclusive distributor for EaglePro hydraulic lifting equipment in Australia and NZ.

Richard Crake, the chairman and CEO of Pacific Hoists recently signed a deal with Tongli Industrial Co Ltd and Government officials in China to secure the rights to the exclusive range of EaglePro products.

“Our company has been working for almost two years to land this”, said Crake. The agreement received widespread coverage in the Chinese media, including local Chinese television.

Established in 1996, Tongli Industrial Co is one of China’s leading manufacturers and exporters of professional lifting equipment and industrial hydraulics.

The versatile EaglePro range is unique to the Australasian market and is ideal for a wide variety of industrial and construction applications.

The equipment can be used for the lifting or maneuvering of large items, including bridge components, major construction, heavy machinery, road slabs, railway lines, shipbuilding and many manufacturing applications.

The long-term agreement with China will be of great benefit to Pacific Hoists and its long list of clients, says Crake.

“With EaglePro products we can now cover the full lifting market,” he says.

“This hydraulic lifting equipment completes a full circle in our range including manual, electric, pneumatic and hydraulic lifting equipment.

“We have filled a strategic gap in the lifting market.”

The EaglePro brand is fast growing and respected in Europe and the US and is expected to be well received by Australian industry.

Pacific Hoists is now in the process of working with its key distributors to roll out EaglePro throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Pacific Hoists
Ph: 02 8825 6900

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