ALL Aerials, a division of the ALL Family of Companies, has added Custom Equipment's HB-1030 and HB-1430 scissor lifts to its fleet.
“We’re excited to include Custom Equipment’s Hy-Brid Lifts as part of our diverse fleet that supports many different maintenance and construction jobs,” said Kris Kasparek, general manager of ALL’s aerial division. “And Custom Equipment is an ideal partner because of our shared values on equipment safety and top-notch service for customers.”
According to Custom Equipment, Hy-Brid Lifts also "ideal for ALL Aerials because the lifts’ weights meet a growing demand from Midwest contractors for lighter lift options." ALL Aerials is based in Ohio.
Custom Equipment uses engineering software to optimize the amount of heavy-duty steel needed in manufacturing Hy-Brid Lifts, which contributes to wheel loads as light as 62.7 psi. "That minimized weight allows operators to maneuver over delicate flooring, such as tile, laminate and raised flooring, with minimal risk of inflicting damage," the company said. "Contractors can even access freshly poured concrete sooner than with heavier lifts on the market, resulting in maximum efficiency on projects."
“Hy-Brid Lifts are the solution we’ve been looking for: lightweight lifts rated for two workers for maximum worksite productivity,” Kasparek said. “These lifts fit the light weight requirement for many jobsites and that opens the door for us to offer equipment to contractors for those types of jobs.”
Dan Schneider, Custom Equipment’s North American sales manager, said he looks forward to the new partnership because of ALL Aerials’ market understanding and excellent customer service.
“ALL Aerials is part of a family-owned company, just like Custom Equipment, and they take customer service very seriously,” Schneider said. “They are skilled in pairing the right lift or crane with the right job, and we know they’ll do well with this new lineup to support their customers. And we’re thrilled to expand further into this region while supporting their dealer needs.”