Dutch firm takes 5,000th Omme

Kors Hoogwerk Systemen BV, The Netherlands distributor for the Denmark-based aerial lift producer Omme Lift, has sold the firm’s 5,000th aerial lift to Dutch cleaning firm, van Roon of S-Gravenhage.

The unit allocated serial No. 5,000 is a 25-metre working height Bi-energy 2500 EBDZ trailer-mounted aerial lift equipped with hydraulic stabilizers, turnable basket, proportional controls and hydraulic propulsion, all of which can be operated from the unit’s basket.

Benchmark: van Roon of S-Gravenhage receives the 5,000th Omme Lift from the firm's Dutch distributor Kors Hoogwerk Systemen BV.

The landmark 2500 EBDZ was handed over by Omme to van Roon at a recent meeting in The Netherlands, where the very first Omme machine was also showcased alongside its younger descendent. Now 23 years old, the nine-metre working height unit was produced back in 1981 on request from Westergaard Electrics based in Omme Lift’s native Sonder Omme in Denmark.

Generantion gap: Omme Lift's 5,000th unit (left) pictured here with the Denmark-based producer's first ever unit.

Today Omme Lift produces a variety of trailer, truck and crawler chassis’-mounted aerial work platforms from 10 to 31 metres working height. This latest special purchase by van Roon takes the firm’s fleet of Omme machines up to three units.


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