Dinolift expands footprint in Poland

By Leila Steed09 March 2022

The Dinolift team with Serafin Maszyny's staff at its headquarters in Poland. (L-R) The Dinolift team; Sven Wiese, Dinolift Regional Manager Dinolift, Teemu Ristelä, Dinolift Commercial Manager, Karin Nars, Dinolift Managing Director, with Serafin Maszyny’s Owner Andrzej Serafin, Building and Forestry Department Manager, Michał Sieńko, and Marcin Sieńko, Municipal and Gardening Department Manager for Serafin. (Photo: Dinolift)

Finland-based aerial platform specialist Dinolift has appointed Serafin Maszyny as its new dealer in Poland.

Headquartered north of Krakow in Przybyslawice, Serafin Maszyny was established in 2005 and now rovides construction and agriculture equipment to customers across Poland and in other parts of Eastern Europe.  

Its partnership deal will see it provides sales and services for the manufacturer’s full DINO lightwieght aerial platform range, which includes the DINO 160XT II and the 4x4 DINO 280TXT models.

Andrzej Serafin, the owner of Serafin Maszyny, said, “We are happy that another great European manufacturer trusted our company.

“The Polish market is developing rapidly, especially building and construction branches. People want to work effectively, safely and with innovative and modern machines.

“Dinolift fits perfectly into these demands, and I am sure our cooperation will be very successful.”

Commenting on the Serafin’s dealer appointment, Sven Wiese, Regional Manager at Dinolift, said: “We are very much looking forward to a fruitful co-operation with Serafin Maszyny and are happy to have them as our partner in the global DINO distributor network.

“For our customers in the Polish market, it means they will receive excellent customer service and professional technical support.”

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