Time reaches production landmark in France

By Euan Youdale01 March 2018

 Time versalift france celebrates first 100 platform vehicles

Time Versalift France celebrates first 100 units. 

Time Versalift France has surpassed 100 units at its assembly facility. 

The subsidiary started from scratch back in 2016 with an entirely new operations, production facilities and staff in Morlaàs, in the South of France. With production up and running at the start of 2017, the company completed 100 vehicle installations in less than a year.

The subsidiary, which is part of Team Time, the European entity of Time Versalift with facilities in Denmark, England and France, said 2018 had started well, ”with production running on all cylinders and significant growth in sales.”

Laurent Cuyolla, general manager of Time Versalift France, added, “In 2017 we were particularly successful with the 12.5m fixed flyboom Versalift ETL-32-125, mounted on a 3.5 tonne Renault Master van.” 

The 100th unit was indeed a Versalift ETL-32-125, however Time Versalift France, offers van, chassis and pickup-mounted platform mounting across the working height range, along with high voltage insulated units.

 

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