The UK’s leading provider of heavy-duty vehicle-lifting solutions and one of the biggest names in municipal trucks have joined forces to mount an impressive display at the forthcoming Commercial Vehicle Show (April 26-28).
To showcase the abilities of its latest four-post fixed-post lift, TOTALKARE will be lifting a Dennis Eagle urban skip-loader, which will be making its show debut at the nation’s largest road freight transport event.
Aimed at the construction sector, the skip-loader is currently being trialled by operators this spring as part of Transport for London’s (TfL) Construction Logistics and Cycle Safety (CLOCS) project. It features Dennis Eagle’s low-entry Elite 6 4×2 chassis fitted with skip-loading equipment, with future plans for a range of other body options.
Visitors to the TOTALKARE stand at the NEC in Birmingham will be able to get a close-up look at the vehicle, from all angles, thanks to one of the latest additions to its extensive range of heavy-duty vehicle lifts.
Available in a range of capacities from 25 – 33T, and platform lengths of 7 – 18m, the fixed-post lifts are suitable for lifting most types of commercial vehicle. They can also be surface- or recess-mounted with a galvanised option also available for external or wash bay applications. A light version has also recently been added to the range.
James Radford, TOTALKARE Sales Director, commented: “We are delighted that Dennis Eagle, one of our long-established customers, has agreed to join us on our stand to help create one of the most eye-catching sights at the show.”
The 300m2 TOTALKARE stand will also see a tractor unit from Volvo helping to demonstrate the capabilities of the company’s acclaimed cable-free mobile column lifts. Meanwhile TOTALKARE will also be unveiling its new two-post lift, reflecting the Halesowen-based firm’s growing commitment to workshops handling light commercial and specialist vehicles.
“This is our largest exhibition stand to date, and we’re looking forward to showing off our latest products and services to the wider commercial vehicle industry as we look towards further growth in 2016,” James added.