CanLift adds XCMG aerials to fleet

By Lindsey Anderson29 August 2022

CanLift Equipment Ltd., an Ontario-based aerial equipment and material handling rental company, has added XCMG access units to its rental fleet. The nine new products are now available to rent or buy.

CanLift Equipment Ltd. From left: CanLift Equipment Ltd. Vice President of Sales Geoff Grant, Managing Partner Johnny Dragicevic and Managing Partner Marko Dragicevic. (Photo: CanLift Equipment Ltd. )

“The new aerial lift machinery, which is now available, is an example of our commitment to our customers by bringing superior products with reduced lead times without compromising on quality or productivity,” said Geoff Grant, VP of sales. “With so many options to choose from, many customers have in the past opted for brands that haven’t met their needs or standards. XCMG is quickly being recognized as a game changer for its technology, features, and value add for businesses.”

CanLift Equipment Ltd. was established in 2009, and rents, sells and services boom lifts, scissors, towable lifts, vertical mast lifts and telehandlers from  XCMG, Skyjack, Genie, JLG and more. CanLift is one of the largest independently owned lift equipment providers in Ontario, Canada.

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