Time Danmark to represent Ruthmann

By Maria Hadlow06 April 2011

German truck mount specialist Ruthmann has entered the design of its 27 m working height boom for th

German truck mount specialist Ruthmann has entered the design of its 27 m working height boom for the 2010 Swedish Steel Prize.

Danish platform manufacturer Time has become a distributor for Ruthmann in Denmark. Time Danmark A/S will be responsible of sales and service of the Steiger range of truck mounted aerial platforms as well as the Flexiloader and Cargoloader special transport vehicles.

TIME Danmark is a subsidiary of Time Manufacturing Company based in Waco Texas, Ruthmann believes it has managed to find the ideal business partner for its sales and service activities in Denmark.

"The cooperation with TIME Danmark greatly strengthens Ruthmann's position on the Danish market as it offers current and future customers a greater variety of products from which to choose from, " says Ruthmann

Access International is awaiting a response from Time Danmark as to whether the arrangement will be in anyway reciprocated in Germany and how Time and Ruthmann's ranges will integrate in the Danish market.

Time Danmark will be presenting the Ruthamann range for the first time at Transport 2011, a Danish trade show held in Herning, Denmark from April 6 to April 9. On show will be the Ruthmann Steiger TB 270 and the Ruthmann Flexiloader . The Steiger has a 27m working height and a 14.8m outreach for a large working envelope on a 3.5 t (GVW) truck.

After the exhibition, Time Danmark is organising a road show in order to introduce the Ruthmann range to new and prospective customers.

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