German rental company Armo has taken delivery of the first two units of Niftylift's upgraded 33ft HR12N boom lifts.
The latest generation of the HR12N includes numerous improvements, including the ToughCage platform, new controllers and control box, complete with Nifty's SiOPs built in secondary guarding system, while retaining the 6.1 metres of outreach, 200kg unrestricted platform, overall width of 1.5 metres and a total weight of around 3,400kg.
Managing director Hans-Bernd Mohr said: “With many improvements in detail, the new machines convinced us, and the feedback from the first customers has also been very positive.”
Established in 2013, Armo is based in Lebach, Saarland, in the west of Germany, with two further branches in Donsieders and Tröhren. The company’s fleet includes scissor lifts, boom lifts, truck mounted platforms and telehandlers. Armo is also a member of PartnerLift, the national alliance of independently owned regional aerial lift rental companies.