Clements places significant order with Niftylift

By Maria Hadlow10 September 2012

UK rental company Clements Plant placed their biggest ever single order for access equipment with Niftylift.

The order with British manufacturer Niftylift was for Height Rider booms and includes the new HR17 and HR21 Hybrids, HR15N and HR17Ns, and the HR12 narrow bi-energy machine.

Tim Ward of Niftylift commented, "It's very pleasing to have such a long established customers like Jim Longstaff and John Jennings investing in our equipment. They totally believe in where we are going and what we are trying to achieve. We invest heavily in our research and development to ensure our equipment is on the very cutting edge of technology. Contrary to popular belief, British manufacturing is very much alive and well."

Jim Longstaff of Clements said, "For us to not only survive but to grow our business, we need to offer our customers the very best equipment. For the first time, the new Hybrid power system from Niftylift allows us to have machines that can work 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week, whilst also helping to reduce our carbon footprint. The HR12's and narrow 15m and 17m machines are extremely popular and we have to add to our fleet to keep up with customer demand."

Ian Burton has recently joined Clements Plant as Business Development Manager and his appointment adds to the company's increased drive in the mobile platform sector of their business.

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