TIME International is the first company offering access platforms mounted on the brand new 2014 Ford Transit van. The popular van has been redesigned and is now more fuel efficient than previous models. The vehicle will be revealed at the Vertikal Days tradeshow 14-15 May in the UK.
TIME International has already developed the first prototype ready to be put on the road. The car is part of the experience of an access platform vehicle. Different people have different preferences. Some prefer Ford, others Mercedes or VW. Offering access platforms for a range of the newest vehicles it is our ambition to appeal to the varying preferences of operators. In addition to Ford, Mercedes and VW we offer access platforms on Peugeot, Opel/Vauxhall and Renault vans.
TIME International has developed the world’s lightest series of van mounted access platforms weighing in just shy of 3000 kg leaving more remaining weight for cargo, equipment and customization than ever possible in the lightweight 3.5 t GVW class. TIME International expects the models to be a popular choice for street light maintenance among energy corporations and municipalities as the improved residual weight will make the vehicles less restricting for end users performing everyday tasks.
TIME is ramping up its presence in China as long term distributor in China, Doubletree Systems, has formed a strategic collaboration with two new assembly plants in Beijing and Nanjing.
While the financial crisis has slowed down economic growth in the western world China keeps on moving with growth rates in GDP near double digits. TIME believes the continuous growth in China will translate into an equally increasing demand for access platforms in years to come. Contracts with two new assembly plants in Beijing and Nanjing near Shanghai will support the Beijing based distributor Doubletree Systems in satisfying that increase in demand.
Norwegian PLF visited TIME International when the association held its annual meeting in Denmark. The new lightweight VERSALIFT VTX-240 caught all of the attention.
TIME International opened its doors for the Norwegian personal lifting association PLF Friday last week as the association held its annual meeting in Aalborg, Denmark. PLF is an association of buyers, sellers, importers and end users of personal lifting equipment in Norway.
TIME QUICK SHIFT allows municipal employees the ability to perform seasonal work from over 10 machines from one vehicle.
A new innovative system by TIME International lets pickup trucks replace a cargo bay mounted aerial access platform with another piece of equipment allowing one vehicle to perform the actions of many. The system is aimed at municipal road, city and forest maintenance and the equipment rental industry – all sectors characterized by numerous different challenges requiring an equally large vehicle fleet.
A new 24 meter aerial access platform by TIME International will allow users with a standard driver’s license access to worksites previously reached exclusively by larger and heavier lift vehicles.
The latest aerial access platform from TIME International redefines the 3.5 t GVW class of lift vehicles targeted the rental industry. A new special boom design grants operators access to a large work area from a lightweight vehicle that does not obstruct traffic making it the obvious solution for work in crowded inner city environments.
17 European Versalift-salesmen met last week at TIME International in Denmark to prepare for the BAUMA Trade Fair.
In week 16 in April a large part of TIME Denmark in Farsø, Denmark will move to Munich in Germany to participate in the world's largest construction trade fair, BAUMA 2013.
Already last week Versalift-salesmen from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria came together for a European sales meeting.
- We will be showing seven new lift models in Munich. Therefore, we had a visit from our European salesmen for two days, where our employees presented the new models and their feature, says CEO in TIME International, Per Torp.
|70 dealers from 27 countries were the first to be presented with the coming new models of light and heavy-duty van-mounted Versalifts at a sales meeting in Denmark.|
The patent-pending technology behind the new product combines new, innovative ideas with proven technology.
That is the basis for Up-Under "Radial Swing Out" Outriggers for vans that will set a new standard for van outriggers.
Once again innovating as first movers. TIME's engineering team has developed, along with a new subframe, Up-Under Radial Swing Out Outriggers for Renault Master, Opel Movano, Ford Transit and Iveco vans.
|Ruthmann will be taking over all sales and service activity for Versalift in Germany and Austria. The Versalift program will still be sold via Time Deutschland, with backup from the Ruthmann sales organization.|
You can read the previous TIME World Newsletters by clicking on the names below:
TIME World News #8 (2011)
- Roadshow across Europe 2011
- 300 kg more payload on a 5 T MB Sprinter
- TIME Europe Rental & Lease TERL
TIME World News #7 (2010)
- Roadshow 2010
- Bauma 2010 - Photos
- More new Versalift products than ever
TIME World News #6 (2010)
- Bauma 2010 - More new Versalift products than ever
- TEAM Time expanding in Germany
|Click here for TWN #1-5|