Staff from Haulotte China and Zhongneng United celebrate the new agreement Photo by Haulotte
Staff from Haulotte China and Zhongneng United celebrate the new agreement.

Haulotte Provides Scissorlifts, Cooperation to China’s Zhongneng United

Haulotte China and Zhongneng United Digital Technology Co. have signed a strategic cooperation agreement, focusing on electric scissorlifts. The two companies will work together to drive the development of China’s mobile elevating work platform equipment rental and application market, with the aim of providing a comprehensive rental solution.

Haulotte plans to share its experience to fully support the development of large rental enterprises like Zhongneng United. According to Wang Zhijun, general manager, Haulotte China, “The aerial work platform equipment rental market in China is still growing these years, with great room for development and imagination. The cooperation between the two sides will create greater value for the market and the industry.”

“We believe in Haulotte’s products and services, which have been proven by practice,” said Yank Tianli, CEO of Zhongneng United. “We are very grateful to Haulotte for joining hands with us to seize the opportunity and push the construction rental and aerial work platform equipment market to develop more vigorously and healthily.”

The conclusion of a strategic cooperation with Zhongneng United shows Haulotte’s concern and support for the aerial work platform equipment rental industry in China, and Haulotte considers the Chinese market as a top priority for future development. Zhongneng United specializes in aerial equipment rental and has thousands of machines, including scissorlifts, straight booms, articulating booms and “spider” lifts.

Zhongneng United has service, warehousing and logistics in 21 provinces and 32 cities in China.

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