Facelift supplies Niftylift Height Rider to Rek

28 February 2008

UK-based Facelift has supplied a Niftylift Height Rider 12 (4x4) platform to Brighton, UK-based painter Rek to help complete a mural on the side of a local business store. The machine was rented to Infinity Foods, a collective-based supplier of whole foods, which had decided to brighten up its central Brighton store. Rek told AI that he was trained to use the machine and that health and safety had been of paramount importance. “After half an-hour I got my lift legs and after that it was really easy. The guy from Facelift made sure I 'clunk clicked' and I was off.”

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