Pink Dino for cancer research

By Euan Youdale14 October 2021

Ramirent Dinolift Members of the Dinolift and Ramirent Finland teams with the Dino 120TB.

Rental company Ramirent Finland and manufacturer Dinolift are supporting domestic charity Roosa Nauha (Pink Ribbon) to raise money in support of cancer research.

Dinolift painted one of its battery-powered Dino 120TB trailer mounted telescopic platforms pink – the adopted colour of the charity, which supports women with cancer.

Ramirent will now rent the machine, with all its profits over the next year being donated to the charity.

Dinolift said it chose the battery-operated 120TB as it is at the cutting edge of technology for this product type and has a wide range of applications that will ensure it remains out on rent for the year.

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