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Hematec’s first Klubb

German distributor Hematec has sold and delivered the first Klubb van mounted lift since being appointed as the manufacturer’s new distributor for Germany late last year.

The unit, an 12.5 metre KL32 was sold to Heilmann Verkehrstechnik and ordered on a 3.5 tonne Renault Master chassis without stabilisers/outriggers. In spite of this It has 7.3 metres of outreach and a maximum platform capacity of 120kg. It is also said to have 500kg of cargo payload.
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Marc Heilmann (L) with Frank Rodert of Hematec

Hematec’s Frank Rodert said: “Most customers we are dealing with are looking to order their new machines with the Greenpack hybrid arrangement that allows the work platform to be operated by an additional battery pack, which recharges from the engine when driving between work. This and the usual workbench and shelving system still leaves an impressive payload at their disposal.”

Heilmann was established as a civil engineering contractor in 1994 and is based in Hamm, near Dortmund. In 2004 managing director Marc Heilmann took the decision to focus on road and traffic safety infrastructure installation, repair and maintenance, working for municipalities, civil engineering companies, sewer repairers, crane companies and private customers.