Stertil-Koni president Dr. Jean DellAmore discussed the latest update on the company's vehicle lift order intake.  -  Photo: Stertil-Koni

Stertil-Koni president Dr. Jean DellAmore discussed the latest update on the company's vehicle lift order intake.

Photo: Stertil-Koni

Stertil-Koni announced that the company is currently on track to achieve record order intake for full year 2022.

“That milestone will be particularly special, as this is also the year in which we are celebrating our 25th anniversary in North America," said Dr. Jean DellAmore, Stertil-Koni president. “Driving this growth are multiple competitive factors that differentiate us from would-be competitors. Stertil-Koni is laser-focused on the heavy-duty vehicle lifting segment. That is our specialty."

Stertil-Koni's lifting systems are used in bus and truck maintenance facilities across the U.S., including major transit agencies, trucking companies, state agencies, the U.S. Military, police, fire, emergency rescue, the aviation sector, pupil transportation, and a host of additional vertical industries.

The features of Stertil-Koni lifts include:

  • Construction utilizing strength, high tensile steel
  • Full-color touch screen control console on all models
  • Fast lifting and lowering every time
  • Hydraulic technology
  • Synchronization for safety and convenience
  • Mechanical locking system to prevent unintended lowering
  • Service team with 24/7 customer hotline

Among the most popular systems in the Stertil-Koni portfolio of heavy-duty vehicle lifts are its Mobile Column Liftsand,  DIAMONDLIFT, ECOLIFT, SKYLIFT, FREEDOMLIFT, and four-post lifts.

“When you consider our entire portfolio of products, Stertil-Koni has the broadest range of ALI (Automotive Lift Institute) certified heavy duty vehicle lifts in the industry," DellAmore said. "With that approach, we can offer our customers powerful, third-party watchdog-vetted lifting systems that meet all our customers’ requirements — from a single, established, and focused provider. That’s special and that’s Stertil-Koni.”

Originally posted on Metro Magazine

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