KLUBB, designer and manufacturer of KLUBB aerial platforms, has appointed mid-august a new distributor for its industrial vehicle-mounted platforms in Germany.
The new dealer, CharterLift is established since 1999 in this market and sells, maintains and repairs hydraulic equipment. The company is led by Managing Director Armin Ruhland, who has been working in the access industry since more than 30 years.
CharterLift sells and supports the full range of KLUBB vehicle-mounted platforms which includes models mounted on vans and trucks with working heights ranging from 9 to 26 metres. Most of the KLUBB aerial platforms can be operated with the van engine turned off using KLUBB’s Green Pack technology, which saves fuel and protects the environment.
“We are really happy to welcome CharterLift as our new KLUBB dealer in Germany. We feel they are extremely proactive and customer-oriented. They are already making a very positive impact and this is a great addition to our growing dealer network.” says Julien Bourrellis, President of KLUBB.
“We know that KLUBB platforms will provide the high standards expected by the German market in terms of quality and innovation. We are proud to announce that Constructel and Mateco have become our first customers for the new KLUBB van-mounted boom lifts in Germany.” adds Armin Ruhland, Managing Director of CharterLift GmbH.
Come and discover all the great features of the KLUBB aerial platforms at the Platformers’ Days trade fair from 8 to 9 September in Hohenroda (Germany).
KLUBB produced over 1,000 aerial platforms in 2016, with the goal being to reach 1,700 per year within 3 years with the new factory opened in 2017, all product categories included.
A complete light vehicle range redesigned for the European aerial work platform market.
Following the takeover of Isoli by Klubb in late 2022, Isoli and Klubb engineers had the objective of redesigning the Group's light vehicle range in order, among other things, to simplify and lighten it.
Aerial platforms with and without outriggers: what are the differences?
Why do some vehicle-mounted aerial work platforms have outriggers and others do not? The presence or absence of an outrigger is a feature that is relevant for the safety of your operations at height and for other road users. Outriggers are mechanical devices that increase the stabilisation of the vehicle in order to improve the performance of a platform, such as the working outreach and/or the load carried in the basket. Here are some explanations that will help you understand the importance of equipping your vehicle with outriggers or not.