Manitou extends Prolift fleet

23 November 2015

Tony Hobbs of Manitou UK (left), and Terry Cole of Prolift.

Tony Hobbs of Manitou UK (left), and Terry Cole of Prolift.

Prolift, based in South West UK, has invested in 10 Manitou access platforms.

They are rough terrain models including the 16 m working height 160 ATJ and the 20 m 200ATJ and add to the Manitou products already in its fleet.

Prolift has more than 700 platforms in its fleet since starting in 2010. According to Prolift, the Manitou 100 VJR appeals to industrial customers who require a 10 metre working height for maintenance and installation projects. The ATJ platforms are suitable for construction sites.

They include a fully proportional hydraulic system providing finger- tip control and simultaneous movement of the four major boom sections.

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