Perfect Lift takes on GMG’s line

By Lindsey Anderson20 November 2017

Kristian langseth

Perfect Lift’s Kristian Langseth.

Oslo’s Perfect Lift has taken delivery of GMG’s entire slab scissor line. 

”We were impressed with the GMG electric scissor lifts,” said Kristian Langseth, managing director of Perfect Lift. ”They are very well made using heavy duty material and U.S. parts; this is very important.

”The Norwegian market is tough on equipment and our customers understand that reliable machines are a must,” Langseth continued. “They rely on Perfect Lift to supply them with the best machines that will last and perform well even in cold applications.”

Perfect Lift said what impressed them most was the quiet and fast operations of the lifts.

“Direct electric drive is the way of the future,” Langseth said. “With GMG’s variable high speed drive, we can get up to two days of operation on a single charge. This has been unheard of before and something our customers will certainly appreciate. The fact that GMG has a full line of scissors from 3 m to 14 m makes them a total solution for our electric scissor needs.”

GMG’s Managing Director Michael Tolle commented, ”Scandinavia has been a target market for GMG, the customers there are very conscious of energy use, energy consumption and emissions both noise and chemical. The features we have in our eirect electric drive and operating system are unique in the industry and a perfect fit for the Scandinavian market place.”

Tolle further added, “The people at Perfect Lift fit very well with our strategy, they know the access industry well, know how to treat customers and know what is needed in extreme climates. Langseth made it very clear of what is required of a scissor lift in Norway, he clearly has the customer in mind and has thoroughly tested our machines to ensure this is the best option for Perfect Lift. We are very happy that Perfect Lift has chosen to go with the GMG team.”



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