Pop Up product partnership with Axolift

By Lewis Tyler01 March 2023

UK-based Pop Up Products has signed an agreement with Italian manufacturer Axolift that will see a new range of low level access lifts launched in the UK.

Pop Up Products managing director Nigel Woodger (left) and Axolift managing director Massimo Grossele (right). (Photo: Pop Up Products) Pop Up Products managing director Nigel Woodger (left) and Axolift managing director Massimo Grossele (right). (Photo: Pop Up Products)

The agreement between the respective companies will see them develop pusharoud lifts by utilising the combined “experience of Pop Up Products and the innovation of Axolift in the low level access market.”

According to Pop Up Products managing director Nigel Woodger, the collaboration started over a year ago and has already seen its first launch with the introduction of the IQ Lift PRO 7 ACTIVe.

Woodger said, “Finding a partner like Axolift with such a dedicated and innovative team is fantastic. As a result, our approach to the low-level access market is wholly aligned.

“This is demonstrated through the development and launch of the IQ Lift PRO 7 ACTIVe. We look forward to working with the Axolift team to develop different environmentally friendly low-level access product ranges.”

Axolift managing director Massimo Grossele, added, “Axolift is a relatively young company fully dedicated to developing a range of high quality and competitive low-level access products.

“We are proud of our partnership with Pop Up Products; a market leader in the UK and Ireland with a long history of developing and successfully marketing unique products for its markets.

“With in-house engineering and development with our parent company Gromet, we are ready to react quickly and efficiently to new market demands.”

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