HWS Verhuur ups investment in GMG

By Euan Youdale10 August 2018


Allard Maij, HWS Verhuur (left), and Jim Tolle, GMG.

The Netherlands-based rental company HWS Verhuur has taken delivery of 50 more GMG slab scissor lifts.

CEO of GMG, Jim Tolle, said it was satisfying when customers placed repeat orders, “It simply confirms our vision and direction that there is innovation left to do in the slab scissor business.”

GMG’s I-Power (Intelligent Power) system, provides greater duty cycles and power, smoother controls and battery management. Tolle said another industry first was the two-year warranty on batteries. He adxded, “Our mast boom and rough terrain 4WD machines share the same philosophy in regards to innovation.”

Allard Maij, commercial director and owner of HWS, said, “We were cautious when we purchased our first GMG machines. GMG is a new company and we wanted to make sure the machines were all that GMG claimed they were. The machines have proven to be the best value for our customers and our customers often tell us to send them the GMG machines. We have placed many orders with GMG and now have stepped up our investment in GMG and their products.”


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