Niftylift makes inroads into developing markets
By Maria Hadlow09 September 2008
Andris Bisnieks, chairman of the newly formed rental company Storent SIA, based in Riga, Latvia, has just confirmed an order of 20 Niftylift Trailer Access Platforms; the order covers the N120H, N120T and N170 models.
Jim Craddock, Niftylift's international sales manager said, "Although the Baltic markets have experienced a sharp economic downturn, the demand and awareness for Nifty's products in these developing markets is currently still growing."
Just a few days before Stefan Ponea, managing partner of Industrial Access, Bucharest had confirmed an order for 15 Niftylift machines. Industrial Access is one of the largest rental companies in Romania and is currently expanding their depot network into Bulgaria and Moldova.
Jim Craddock said that Niftylift was currently experiencing a lot of interest from prospective dealers and rental companies in the emerging markets in Eastern Europe, due to the ease with which the products are serviced and maintained.
The order consists of two Heightrider 21 4x4 rough terrain booms, two Heightrider HR17NE narrow electric booms, three N170 bi energy Trailers, three N140 bi energy trailers, two TD120TN narrow width track driven machines, two TD170 track driven machines and a N120H Trailer. The machines will be placed in Industrial Access's rental fleet.
Industrial Access exclusively represents Niftylift in Romania.