Bluelift appoints Russian distributor

By Sarah Ann McCay27 February 2014

Battery pack view of the new Blue Hybrid C22/11 from Bluelift

Battery pack view of the new Blue Hybrid C22/11 from Bluelift

Italian tracked platform manufacturer Bluelift has named Arlift as its new distributor for Russia and CIS countries.

Based in St. Petersburg, Arlift is already the distributor for Dutch firm ViaVac, which specialises in vacuum lifting equipment. The firm is also the distributor of Italian Jekko minicranes.

Sergey Arnautov, managing director of Arlift Ltd, said, “We are very pleased to be appointed the Bluelift distributor, and see a strong future for the sales of Bluelift equipment into the Russian market.”

Bluelift’s sales director Gianpiero Marti added, “Arlift is a very well based company with six branches in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan and other CIS countries. We are very proud to start this cooperation.”

To start their cooperation, both companies will come together to showcase the new Blue Hybrid C22/11 model at the MosBuild exhibition, taking place in Moscow in early April.

The new C22/11 is a low level tracked lift powered by a traditional combustion engine for outdoor use and an all-electric lithium battery system for indoor use.

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