Niftylift's Czech Dealer opens new service centre

By Maria Hadlow30 January 2012

Miroslav Rybacek Snr (left) and Mroslav Rybacek Jnr owners of Plosiny Rybacek outside their new faci

Miroslav Rybacek Snr (left) and Mroslav Rybacek Jnr owners of Plosiny Rybacek outside their new facility in Louny and in front of a recently delivered Nifty 170 trailer mount.

Niftylift's Czech dealer , Plosiny Rybacek has expanded its facilities, to include a new service centre in the town of Louny. The new facility also provides additional office space, a conference room and space for expansion in the future.

The company currently employs 17 people of which 12 are service technicians. It was established in 1991 as a service company, specialising in the old style Soviet vehicle mounted platforms and continued this activity through to 2000.

Miroslav Rybacek Snr, the owner, realised that to survive, his company had to move with the times and expand into the sales of the latest types of access work platforms, to complement the service department.

Plosiny Rybacek currently represents Cela vehicle mounted access platforms and was recently appointed as the authorised dealer for Niftylift, in the Czech Republic.

The Niftylift appointment followed a successful sales year in 2011 where the company purchased for re-sale, a number of Niftylift's largest machines including the SD210 4x4x4, HR21 4x4, HR15N and the Nifty 120T and Nifty 170 trailer mounts.

Plosiny Rybacek also invested in a SD210 4x4x4 and HR21 4x4 for their own rental activity.

Miroslav Rybacek Jnr, said that it is not their intention to greatly increase their rental fleet, since they do not want to compete with their existing customer base. The company only offers a local service in and around Louny.

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