It looks like the rumors were true after all. Popular aerial lift manufacturer DINOlift has a new distributor for its US, Canadian and Puerto Rican markets.
ReachMaster, Inc., (based in Houston, TX) was appointed the preferred DINOlift distributor effective January 1, 2015.
ReachMaster is now responsible for all DINO sales and after sales support of the complete DINO range in those three markets. A recent news announcement on the ReachMaster website said the appointment “is a reflection of a strategy to expand the success of the DINOlift products in Europe into the North American markets, particularly for the extensive line of DINO trailer lifts as well as the self-propelled machines, mainly the RXT self-propelled articulated boom lift with outriggers.”
DINOlift articulated booms have a strong reputation in the industry as dependable, affordable machines.
“We are very happy to re-enter the North American market and in ReachMaster we have the right partner to be successful”, says Karin Nars, Director of Sales & Marketing from DINOlift. “We are looking forward to working together with Ebbe Christensen and his professional team.”
DINOlift is based in Finland, one of many European manufacturers of high-quality aerial lift equipment. In fact, DINOlift just celebrated its 40 year anniversary of DINO platforms. Most of the DINOlift fleet of industrial machinery is made in their Loimaa based factory.
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