All Worldlift articles

  • Worldlift Industries' Falcn-Spider FS 290, with a 29 m working height. The special double jib enable

    Worldlift to rename as Skako Lift


    Already a part of the Skako Group. Danish manufacturer, Worldlift is renaming itself Skako Lift. The official announcement will be made at Bauma.

  • Filippo Civran (l) and Giangaetano Mastrota of Aequimast flank Niftylift's Jim Craddock at SAIE 2009

    Aequimast takes on Niftylift in Italy


    Aequimast Italia, the Italian aerial platform dealer that last year became representative for Worldlift Industries and PB Lifttechnik, has added Niftylift to its product line up, becoming exclusive distributor for Niftylift.

  • The most recent addition to Worldlift’s road towable product range is the Denka DLX15 MkII, a 15 m w

    Urban Access to represent Worldlift in UK


    Worldlift Industries, the Danish manufacturers of Denka Lifts and Falck Schmidt Spider Lifts, has appointed Urban Access Ltd to represent the company in the UK.

  • Worldlift's 12 m working height DK12 MII matches new controls and hydraulics to the older Denka Lift

    Denka Lift 12 m returns


    Worldlift Industries in Denmark has re-introduced its 12 m working height Denka Lift DK12, calling it the MkII. Maximum payload of the 1800 kg machine is 200 kg and maximum outreach is 8 m.

  • A Worldlift Industries, Spider FS290 has given a specialist cleaning contractor, access to the huge

    Universal Aerial Platforms cleans screen


    UK based, Universal Aerial Platforms, has worked with Coventry Cathedral to help clean its famous West Screen. Universal provided a Spider FS290, manufactured by Worldlift Industries, Denmark, which gave Advance Cleaning Services, the specialist contractor, access to all of the huge artwork.