Hy-Brid Lifts reports record sales

Hy-Brid Lifts, by Custom Equipment, has reported that it closed 2021 with record sales.

Jay Sugar Jay Sugar, Hy-Brid Lifts’ new president and CEO

Compared to 2020, global sales rose 99%, said the company, driven by a 140% growth in its Push-Around Series, “We have seen a significant increase in demand for more efficient and manoeuvrable aerial work platforms,” said Jay Sugar, our CEO and president.

“Not only does our product line meet these customer requirements, but our lifts are setting new industry standards.”

The company added that its 19ft working height PS-1930 helped spur an 83% growth in its electric slab scissor Pro Series sales for the year. Demand for the compact ZT-1230 and its less than zero degree turn radius pushed Zero-Turn Series sales 73% higher than 2020.

A company spokesperson added, “2022 promises to be even bigger. Much anticipated product releases, end user demand, and the push toward electrifying fleets lend to a positive trend moving into the new year.”

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