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Versalift success with Ruthmann

Versalift UK has confirmed a number of new orders that it took during the Vertikal Days event last month.

They include a 26 metre Ruthmann TBR260 truck mounted sold to rental company AFI, part of a planned £10 million investment in Versalift/Ruthmann vehicle mounted lifts. The TBR 260, the company’s third this year, is mounted on a Daily35S chassis features a five section telescopic boom topped by a long jib with up to 185 degrees of articulation. Maximum outreach is 17 metres with a 100kg platform capacity over the rear of the chassis, reduced to 14.2 metres over the sides and 12.2 metres over the front. Maximum platform capacity is 295kg. The sale was helped by the fact that the unit was in stock and ready for immediate delivery.
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Andy Bray of Versalift UK (L) concludes the deal for a TBR260 with David McNicholas of AFI Rentals

Other orders concluded or rather ‘handed over’ included two 20 metre Ruthmann Ecoline RS200 articulated truck mounts, one for PG Platforms, and one for Warren Access.
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Steve Cutting of PG Platforms with Versalift’s Chris Wrenn (L) and the Econoline RS200

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John Salt of Versalift with another Ruthmann Ecoline RS200 for Graeme Warren of Warren Access