Australian facility for Goldhofer

By Laura Hatton29 December 2014

Goldhofer’s new widening system

Goldhofer’s new widening system

Specialized transport equipment manufacturer Goldhofer has appointed Mark Spratling at MAS Lifting Solution, based in Victoria, Australia, for sales and service in the Australian market.

The first THP/SL modular trailers with hydraulic widening system to be delivered in Australia were for heavy lift and transport company ALE.

Stefan Fuchs, Goldhofer CEO, said, “Australia is currently moving full steam ahead with the energy transition, and it is critical for us to be able to service this growth market as effectively as possible. With our new adjustable-width modules and dedicated vehicles for transporting wind power equipment, we are certainly very well equipped. And now, thanks to Mark Spratling and his team at MAS Lifting Solutions, we are stronger on the ground than ever before. Mark Spratling has over 35 years of experience on the crane market and operates an all-round 24/7 service. The scope includes servicing, maintenance and repairs and also plant hire. That is good for the quality of our service and for building customer loyalty.”

Jean-Philippe Martin, Goldhofer area sales manager, said, “For the current boom in energy projects all over Australia, our vehicles are the ideal transport solution. In addition to our modular systems, the vehicles we have developed specially for the wind power industry like our Super Lift are the perfect choice.”

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