Haulotte China extends relationship with Zhongeng United

By Leila Steed04 November 2021

Haulotte China and Zhongneng representatives sign the contracts Left to right: Jett Wang,Sales Director at Haulotte China, Harry Wang General Manager of Haulotte China, and Yang Tianli, CEO of Zhongneng United and Liu Aiguo, Vice President at Zhongneng United.

Haulotte China has signed a new cooperation agreement with specialist aerial platform provider Zhongneng United.

The deal with Zhongneng United, which has a rental equipment service, warehousing and logistics network that stretches across 21 provinces and 32 cities in China, was signed at this year’s APEX Asia exhibition in Shanghai and is expected to see the two companies focus on driving growth in the construction sector.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Yang Tianli, CEO of Zhongneng United, said, “Zhongneng United attaches great importance to Haulotte’s involvment in the Chinese market.

“As part of our partnership, we experienced the quality and serviceability of Haulotte, we are therefore strengthening our strategic cooperation with them.

“We firmly believe that this agreement will make history in construction equipment rental in China.”

Echoing the sentiment, Harry Wang, General Manager of Haulotte China, gave his thanks to “Zhongneng United for its renewed trust”, and reaffirmed the Group’s long-term commitment to the Chinese market.

Harry Wang, general manager Haulotte China Harry Wang, General Manager at Haulotte China speaking at the contract signing, at APEX Asia in Shanghai.

He said, “It is because we share the same values and have confidence in the future of China’s elevation industry that our cooperation is so fruitful.”

This is the latest development in what is becoming a “closer and firmer” relationship between the two companies, which began more than two years ago.

In March of 2019, Haulotte China and Zhongneng United Digital Tecnology agreed to cooperate on driving the growth of the electric scissor lift market. 

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