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01 May 2008

Omme Lift A/S has sold its 5000th machine to Van Roon in S-Gravenhage, the Netherlands, via its Dutch dealer, Kors Hoogwerk Systemen BV. Van Roon now operates three Omme lifts that it uses for cleaning applications. The 5000th machine is an Omme 2500 EBDZ with a working height of 25 m (92 ft) equipped with hydraulic stabilizers, rotating basket, proportional controls and hydraulic propulsion. All functions are operational from the basket. Equipped with both battery and diesel power, it can be used both indoors and outdoors.

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