Geda signs up Finland distributor

24 April 2017

MN-Lifttek sales director Seppo Turunen (left); and Geda area sales manager Florian Draxler.

MN-Lifttek sales director Seppo Turunen (left); and Geda area sales manager Florian Draxler.

Geda has partnered with MN-Lifttek to represent its products in Finland.

Founded in 1995, in the city of Vantaa, MN-Lifttek specialises in access equipment sales, and provides a rental service and spare parts. Its customers include the largest in Finland, with Ramirent, Cramo and HRK on its books, as well as Skanska and YIT.

The company specialises in Manitou products and has a major sales network across the Finland. MN-Lifttek will initially work with GEDA temporary installation products to complement its full range of telehandlers, self propelled booms, pumps and generators.

“We were looking for height access solutions to expand our portfolio”, said Seppo Turunen,” MN-Lifttek sales director. “Geda products complement our existing range perfectly and deliver ideal synergy for our customers.”  

Employees have already completed specialist training on handling GEDA products.

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