Boels hits 100 with Easy Lift investment

By Euan Youdale09 September 2016

Easy Lift tracked platforms destined for the Boels Rental fleet.

Easy Lift tracked platforms destined for the Boels Rental fleet.

The Netherlands-based Boels Rental has bought 30 new Easy Lift tracked platforms.

The order was placed in June, and brings the number of Easy Lift tracked platforms in the Boels fleet to more than 100. It includes a number of R130, R160 and R190 units. All models have fully-hydraulic controls, so they can be rented out without operator.

All units are equipped with non-marking tracks and pads for indoor use. The R130s and the R160s have petrol engines, while the R190s have diesel engines.

The first units were delivered at the end of August. The rest will follow in September, October and November.

“We are very proud of the continued trust by Boels in Easy Lift since we started a successful business relationship in 2011,” said an Easy Lift spokesman.

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