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Tevva Motors takes Totalkare lifts at multiple sites

Tevva Motors returns to Totalkare for T8AC mobile column lifts

Tevva Motors has invested in multiple sets of mobile column lifts from workshop equipment experts Totalkare to enhance their production facilities at several sites.

A leading name in the electrification of heavy goods vehicles, Tevva Motors is best known for introducing the UK’s first fully-electric 7.5-tonne truck, and specialises in the production of zero-tailpipe emission electric vehicles and long-range hydrogen electric vehicles.

And now, to support increased demand, Tevva Motors has added multiple sets of Totalkare’s T8AC cabled mobile column lifts to aid pre-despatch inspection and final build production in their manufacturing facilities at Tilbury, Chelmsford and MIRA Nuneaton.  In total, Tevva Motors now operates 14 sets of Totalkare mobile column lifts across the three sites.

The T8AC cabled mobile column lift from Totalkare is a versatile lifting solution ideal for any commercial vehicle workshop or production facility.  Lifting 7,500kg per column, the lift can be used in sets of four, six or eight to enable the lifting of a wide range of vehicles, while the lift also features adjustable forks to accommodate a variety of wheel diameters.

Tevva Motor also recognised that, as with any mechanical equipment, occasionally they may require assistance and all 14 sets of mobile column lifts are supported by a comprehensive aftersales service package from Totalkare which includes routine field service engineer visits and 24/7 telephone support.

“The Tevva Motors story is one we’re very proud of at Totalkare,” commented James Atkins, Key Account Manager for Totalkare, “After demonstrating the quality of our lifts initially, the customer returned to us to invest in further equipment, which speaks volumes.  The T8AC mobile column lifts are perfect for their production facilities and Tevva Motors’ repeat business underlines this.

“We are delighted to support them as they make further strides in the electrification of the commercial vehicle market in the UK and supporting the nation’s drive for decarbonisation.”