PB sales climb in Cologne

19 September 2016

Oliver Neukum, PFK (lleft); with the CEO of the
climbing hall in Cologne.

Oliver Neukum, PFK (lleft); with the CEO of the climbing hall in Cologne.

PB has completed a three-machine delivery to PFK Group in Cologne, Germany

Two units of the 17m working height PB S171-12E were supplied this month. They followed the first delivery in June, which immediately went to long term rental at a wall climbing hall in Cologne.

The machine is carrying out safety checks and repair, along with refurbishment of the 2000 square metre facility, which also includes 17m high climbing areas.

Oliver Neukum, salesperson at PFK, commented, “For our customers it was also important that the machine fits in a small space and stability is always guaranteed. After an extensive search, the PB S171-12E was the only one to meet all the criteria. The customer and its staff are more than satisfied with the scissor lift and have a lot of fun while working with it.”

The PB S171-12E provides a 3.90m x 1.19 m platform with a 400kg lifting capacity, with enough space and power for up to two workers, tools and materials. An electro-hydraulic drive ensures emission-free work in closed rooms. The machine is designed to be very compact with a 3m length, 3.24 m height and 1.22 m.

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