Spanish second life scheme for Haulottes
By Euan Youdale18 July 2022
Mainsa Plataformas, a leading Spanish rental company based in Heras, Cantabria, has worked with Haulotte Iberica to provide a second life to some of its equipment.
The new refurbishment scheme has started with three machines, and will continue in the coming months with more Haulotte models.
Haulotte’s Spanish subsidiary started the project in May with an H12 SD scissor lift. Another H12 SX scissor and a H23 TPX telescopic boom have already been fully refurbished.
The main modifications concerned the restoration of some core mechanical parts, such as rings, axles, telescopic boom chains and pads. “Our refurbishment solutions increase the machines’ lifespan significantly. They enhance the equipment’s safety and improve their residual value,” said Luis Perez Santos, service manager at Haulotte Iberica.
To erase the signs of time, the Haulotte teams also changed all the visible parts, including the labels, control box switches and painted the machines.
The subsidiary will soon bring more models to its fully equipped workshop located in Madrid to continue the refurbishment programme. “We thank Mainsa for the trust they are placing in Haulotte second life programmes”, added Ivan Morodo, general manager of Haulotte Iberica.