Haulotte increases its visibility in China

The Chinese MEWP market is growing rapidly. Aerial platforms are being utilized by more and more contractors in China, who recognise their benefits in terms of safety and productivity. Haulotte has been on the Chinese market since 2005 and has increased their actions to present its diverse offering, covering 7 people lifting equipment product ranges, 3 telehandler ranges, customized financing solutions and integrated services to optimize equipment lifecycles and residual values for resale.

guangzhou_customer_event.jpg Prospects attended customer event in Guangzhou Branch

Rental companies and potential customers in Guangdong Province (South of China) met Haulotte teams in late December. On this occasion, the Chinese subsidiary introduced Haulotte’s wide range of products. Participants were impressed by the comprehensive range of offers and appreciated sharing experiences and knowledge. «We did not have Haulotte equipment yet, but following this warm reception, we are looking forward to have the HA16 RTJ articulating boom in 2020» said a guest.


 

beijing_media_event.jpg Local media and rental associations are also consulted

Haulotte China gathered some industry media journalists and staff from rental association in Beijing to exchange ideas about the industry and Haulotte’s development in China. The main focus was on MEWP applications; Haulotte teams also advised on how to maintain the equipment to increase the machines’ lifespan. Jiangke Construction journalist said «Haulotte is recognized by more and more people both inside/outside the industry in China». «Most of our equipment users are not experts in driving aerial work platforms, so we must consider safety, simplicity, and comfortability in regard to how they use the machine to ensure high productivity. By studying how operators use our machines and maintaining close relationships with our rental partners, we create specifications that meet both application and fleet management expectations» added Harry Wang, General Manager of Haulotte Shanghai.