Two new vehicle lifts from TOTALKARE, offering commercial vehicle workshops even greater flexibility will be making their first public appearance at the UK’s largest road freight transport event.
The 300m2 TOTALKARE stand at the Commercial Vehicle Show (April 26-28) is the company’s largest ever, and a new two-post lift and a ‘light’ four-post fixed lift will be taking centre stage.
The official launch of two new products at the show reflects the continued growth of the UK’s leading provider of heavy-duty vehicle-lifting solutions since it changed its name from SOMERSTOTALKARE last year.
It also looks set to strengthen its product offering to workshops handling light commercial and specialist vehicles.
James Radford, TOTALKARE Sales Director, explained: “We’re constantly reviewing our product range to ensure we deliver comprehensive solutions for workshop operators across a wide range of sectors.
“These new lifts represent a significant expansion of our product portfolio that now provides customers who work primarily on smaller vehicles with a cost-effective and reliable lifting solution.”
With a 5,000kg capacity the two-post lifts are equipped with four extra-long three-stage arms: ideal for lifting long wheelbase vans. Meanwhile the light four post fixed-post lift has a capacity of 8,000kg with a platform length of 6m and a 1.95m lifting height.
As well as having the opportunity to see for themselves the flexibility and practicality of the latest additions to the TOTALKARE range, visitors to the company’s stand 4E60 will also be able to get a close-up look at its acclaimed mobile, cable-free column lifts and an extensive selection of ancillaries such as transmission stands and trailer beams.
James added: “We are really looking forward to meeting many existing and potential customers on our stand at the Commercial Vehicle Show, and members of the TOTALKARE team will also be on hand to offer advice on the best heavy-duty vehicle-lifting solutions and our extensive range of comprehensive service and maintenance options.”