Almac appoints APS in Ireland

By Euan Youdale04 August 2016

Nicholas Davin, owner of Access Platform Sales (left); and Jonathan Vioni, area sales manager of Alm

Nicholas Davin, owner of Access Platform Sales (left); and Jonathan Vioni, area sales manager of Almac.

Italian bi-leveling crawler scissor lift manufacturer Almac has appointed Access Platform Sales (APS) as its new distributor for Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.

The partnerhsip was drawn up at Bauma when APS decided to purchase Two Bibi 870-BL Evo units, the most recent and best selling model in Almac’ s range.

The unit, equipped with patented g bi-levelling undercarriage, has been improved with an extendible and foldable 1.2m wide basket and equipped with two-cylinder diesel Kubota engine.

The Evo models provide automatic levelling on both axis, allowing the machine to overcome all ground conditions up to a 25° gradeability.

This new partnership represents Almac's worldwide growth strategy, and it is now present in 20 countries.

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