New Hinowa finds first sale in Denmark

By Euan Youdale04 June 2015

AH Lift has bought the first Hinowa LightLift 26.14 in Denmark.

AH Lift has bought the first Hinowa LightLift 26.14 in Denmark.

Danish rental company AH Lift has bought the first Hinowa LightLift 26.14 tracked platform in Denmark from local Hinowa retailer Time Danmark.

The new Hinowa was presented in Denmark for the first time at a business meeting for the Danish Rental Association hosted at the Time Danmark Headquarters in Farsø.

The Danish Rental Association is an association of companies involved with the ownership, production, sale and rental of machines for the construction industry.

The Hinowa LightLift 26.14, originally unveiled at Intermat in Paris this April, features 25.7 m of working height, a 13.6 m outreach and a platform capacity of 230 kg. Equipped with an articulating lower boom and a three-stage telescopic main boom with an articulating jib arm, the platform is capable of reaching elevated worksites up an over obstacles.

The machine has been developed for tree care, facility management and the rental sector.

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