TIME International is proud to have been chosen by Al Ain Distribution Company (AADC) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as the sole supplier of a new line of dessert rough terrain pickup mounted platforms.
The articulating telescopic Versalift LAT-135-H offers a working height of up to 13.5 metres with an unrestricted outreach of 6 metres and up to 230 kg bucket capacity. The seven identical platform vehicles are fitted with dual A-frame outriggers, power outlets in the bucket and an intercom system from the bucket to the cabin. The full hydraulic units are low voltage insulated to sustain voltages of up to 1 kV certified per CE EN280.
TIME Versalift have supplied the French telecommunications and infrastructure company Scopelec with an additional 4 van-mounted Versalift platforms as part of a major fleet expansion and renewal process. For this particular constellation, Scopelec is the end user of the platform vehicles, which are leased from an intermediary.
The full order comprises a large number of 12.5 metre Versalift ETL-32-125 platforms with fixed flybooms and 1-man buckets installed on 3.5 t Renault Master vans.
The 18th edition of TIME World News is now available!
This version features a two page introduction of our new lightweight VTL series as well as local information from each of our divisions in Denmark, England and France.
The Intermat exhibition is Paris is now officially underway. Come visit the Time Versalift France/TIME International stand at the outdoor section 5 at stand K026 and check out the brand new lightweight Versalift VTL series and taste a Danish specialty: hotdogs with chocolate milk!
At the stand, you can see and try four (4) demo VTLs: 3 units on 3.5 t Renault Master vans and a pickup-mounted unit with a working height of 13 metres. Besides the VTL series, several other units are also on display including the 19-metre VT-54-LF on a Renault D14 chassis, the 17-metre VDT-170-F on a Mercedes Sprinter van and the ultra-compact and lightweight 9 metre LT-90-TB on a Fiat Doblo workup chassis.
TIME International is set to introduce a brand new lightweight series of Versalift vehicle-mounted platforms at the Intermat exhibition in Paris on 23 – 28 April.
The new series labelled “VTL” (short for Versalift Telescopic Light) merges the superior shaped boom design of the Versalift VT series with the low weight of the existing Versalift ETL series. The result of this fusion is a brand new, lightweight telescopic platform series for light commercial vans, chassis and pickups available with a standard class B driving licence.
The 17th edition of TIME World News is now available!
The 17th edition of TIME World News is available in four languages: English, French, German and Danish.
Vehicle-mounted platform manufacturer Versalift UK has promoted Andy Bray to the position of General Manager with effect from 1st November. He will report directly to Kim B. Jensen, the Group Managing Director of Time Export. In addition to his promotion to General Manager, Andy Bray remains in his position as Sales Director.
Bray moves up as part of Time Manufacturing Group’s growth acceleration programme, following the purchase of Time by private equity company, The Sterling Group in February this year.
The Norwegian access rental company Hoyde Service has taken delivery of a set of Versalift VTX-240 aerial access platforms mounted on 3.5 t Mercedes-Benz Sprinters from the Norwegian Versalift retailer Brubakken.
Høyde Service opted for the Versalift VTX-240 as part of a fleet expansion programme due to the unique applications of the dual boom design of the platform.
The Danish equipment rental magazine ”Maskin og Materiel Magasinet” has written an article about the municipal streetlight contractor AK Belysning and the company’s effort to keep 42,000 streetlights in the city of Aalborg in service.
AK Belysning commands a fleet of 3 van mounted Versalift platforms operated by two-man teams of a driver and an electrician, who typically replace the fixtures of an entire road stretch of streetlights to LED using the innovative drive option by Versalift.
The 16th edition of TIME World News is now available!
The 16th edition of TIME World News is available in four languages: English, German, French and Danish.
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At Apex Amsterdam, TIME International launched a new configuration of the Versalift LT-23-90-TB on the light and compact Fiat Doblo WorkUp chassis.
The unit features 9 metres of working height, 4.2 metres of outreach and a single man fiberglass bucket with a capacity of 120 kg (with a capacity upgrade available upon request).
Despite the low vehicle GVW of just 2,5 tonne, the unit still boasts an impressive 250 kg leftover payload even with a driver, a passenger, a full tank of fuel and the aluminium cabinets as seen on the DEMO model displayed at Apex Amsterdam on the TIME Versalift stand.
The 2016 IAPA vehicle mounted ‘Product of the Year’, the Versalift LAT-38-135-H is now available in an updated design that will be unveiled on the TIME Versalift stand 1230 on APEX in Amsterdam Tuesday.
The unit has been redesigned and trimmed down to support the 3.2 T Euro 6 Ford Ranger pickup with no need for a GVW upgrade of the pickup while remaining well within the realm of legal driving.
The 15th edition of TIME World News is now available!
The 15th edition of TIME World News is available in four languages: English, German, French and Danish.
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The dual boom Versalift VTX-240 is now available for the Iveco Daily and Renault Maxity 3.5 t Euro 6 chassis in addition to the traditional Mercedes-Benz Sprinter version.
At Apex Amsterdam, TIME unveils the Versalift VTX-240 for the Euro 6 Iveco Daily chassis, while the other addition to the series, the Euro 6 Renault Maxity mounted VTX-240, right now is on the roads of France on a roadshow hosted by TIME Versalift SAS, France.
The Belgian signage and advertising company Publilux has taken delivery of a custom-made unit featuring both a 17-metre Versalift access platform and a knuckle boom crane from the Belgian Versalift distributor, HDW Belux. The unit was designed and constructed by TIME International in Farsoe, Denmark.