Powerlift expands product range

06-09-2011

For nearly 25 years Powerlift has consistently delivered innovative, safe and reliable products to the Australian market.

The all-new Powerlift HC and Pedestrian Range is set to strengthen Powerlift’s offering with equipment to suit nearly every need.

The Powerlift HC Range features engine counter balance forklifts with capacities from 1.8 to 10.0 tonnes, electric models with 1.0 to 5.0 tonne capacity and reach trucks from 1.2 to 2.0 tonne capacity.

The new range is backed by a full 3-year warranty and standard features of the engine counter balance range includes; full suspension seat including operator presence system, Nissan motor, swing-down gas bottle, integral side-shift and LCD dash.

Ben Samarzia, Powerlift’s National Wholesale Manager, says there are also two new product ranges being released under the Pedestrian Range banner.

“With the new Walkies we’re offering a counter balance stacker range and a straddle stacker range, says Mr Samarzia. “Both machines offer great performance and feature a full 12-month warranty.

“Across the Walkie range we’re also offering a full variation of mast heights, with lifting heights from three to five metres. In this type of product range, that’s pretty extensive.”

All products are backed by Powerlift’s national after-sales service and support.

Powerlift Material Handling
Ph: 1800 353 312
www.powerlift.com.au

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