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Dealers gather for Shuttlelift demonstrations

November 17 - Global mobile gantry crane manufacturer Shuttlelift has debuted its newest line of double-beam mobile gantry cranes during an international dealer meeting.

Over 24 dealerships from around the world met at the Wisconsin, USA-based manufacturer for a two-day event. Dealers attending the event were trained on market applications, product developments, features and options. The state-of-the-art double-beam mobile gantry crane was demonstrated.

Visitors traveled from Canada, South America, the United States, Europe, India, Asia, Japan, the Middle East and Australia to focus on marketing specifics for the four lines of Shuttlelift mobile gantry cranes.

The event allowed dealers to communicate with Shuttlelift engineers,sales representatives and to network with each other to exchange ideas and discuss various topics affecting their business. Presentations and trainingwere also given from the parts, service and engineering departments to further the skills, knowledge and support of the dealerships.

Stephan Chayer, managing director of international sales at Shuttlelift believes the meeting was successful. "We had great attendance numbers from dealers all over the world. Their participation was not only valuable to Shuttlelift, but also to the other dealers when they shared their comments, opinions and suggestions."

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