The State Grid Corporation of China will use Versalift VST-6000-MHI aerial lifts mounted on Howo T5G 210 chasses.
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The State Grid Corporation of China will use Versalift VST-6000-MHI aerial lifts mounted on Howo T5G 210 chasses.

A series of partnerships with government utilities in China is helping aerial device manufacturer Versalift expand its operations across the world.

Versalift is now a supplier of truck-mounted insulated aerial access platforms for the State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC), responsible for the ongoing management, maintenance, and improvement of China’s electric power utility network.

SGCC’s first batch of Versalift aerial lift units will be depyed in Beijing, and includes Versalift VST-6000-MHi units mounted onto Chinese-made HOWO chasses. The VST-6000-MHi offers up to 340kg bucket capacity and 454 material handling capacity. Additional features include a 12.5-meter side reach, a 21-meter working height, full-pressure hydraulic controls, and a 180-degree hydraulic heavy-duty bucket rotator.


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